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Sadler's Wells, London4.02 reviews
Renowned French choreographer Gisèle Vienne premieres her hit piece Crowd at Sadler's Wells this October.

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French mastermind Gisèle Vienne is set to bring her acclaimed 2017 piece, Crowd, to Sadler's Wells for the first time ever this autumn for a strictly limited engagement. Boasting a rich background in philosophy, music, and puppeteering that is often incorporated into her work, Gisèle Vienne has been known to investigate a serial killer's crimes through dance and juxtaposed athletes in the woods and phantoms on an ice skating rink.

Set to open for Dance Umbrella 2019, the artiste adeptly captures the ripples of liquid physicality of the night rave scene as she dispatches 15 mud-soaked dancers into the discotheque nightclub scene.

With a set of songs arranged by frequent collaborator and composer Peter Rehberg and dramatic composition by Dennis Cooper, Gisèle Vienne dives right into the communal euphoria of a determined party crowd in her first-ever Sadler's Wells performance. Don't miss it!

Gisèle Vienne's Crowd 2019 tickets will not last!

With only two performances scheduled for Gisèle Vienne's Crowd, you'll want to make sure you book your tickets early to secure the best seats and prices. Purchase your Sadler's Wells Crowd tickets today and avoid disappointment. 

Additional Information

Running time

1 hr 30 min (no interval)

Performance dates

08 - 09 October 2019

Venue Information

Sadler's WellsRosebery Avenue, Islington, London, EC1R 4TN

Customer Reviews

2 reviews4.0

Mr Neil Roberts10th October

Awesome, shame about the person who kicked the back of my seat through the whole performance, not on you the production and the dancers were beyond impressive - as always at Sadlers wells / keep doing what you’re doing and god bless the young performers their energy and their ambition, love it.

Aleksandra Pietrusz9th October

I enjoyed the performance. The music line and story told by dancers were interesting. However, it was a bit monotonous with not a lot changing for the whole time of the performance. Unfortunately, the sound quality wasn’t great. The music quality would be much better with better sound eingeneering, especially that music was such a huge part of this performance. Dancers skills were 3.5/5. In general it’s 3/5 for me.