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The Coronet Theatre, London4.17 reviews
Olivier Award winner Russell Maliphant returns for a third season at The Coronet Theatre with maliphantworks3.

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Tickets for Russell Maliphant's maliphantworks3 at The Coronet Theatre in London on sale now!

After Russell Maliphant's Southbank Sky Award-winning program in 2017 and his acclaimed 2018 program that received a fleet of five-star reviews, Russell Maliphant is back at The Coronet Theatre for a third outing this winter with a new set that will blow your mind! 

What is maliphantworks3 about?

maliphantworks3 will feature the big London premiere of The Space Between, which takes inspiration from his latest instalment for his company, Silent Lines, making use of an eclectic mix of animation projection from talented video artist Panagiotis Tomaras, set within a world of sound from creator Dana Fouras. The maliphant evening will also revive Duet, a 2018 highlight, while also premiering two brand-new films, all of which will be performed by Fouras and Maliphant.

A conversation with Russell Maliphant will be held at 7.30pm on Wednesday, 5 February 2020.

About Russell Maliphant's work and maliphantworks3

The work of Maliphant can be characterised by his specific and focused approach to concentrating energy and flow combined with a neverending discovery of the interrelationship between music, movement and light. Thanks to the intimate nature of London's Coronet Theatre, which puts you in close proximity of the action, maliphantworks3 manages to be framed in a unique way rarely witnessed in more traditional theatres operating in London today.

Purchase your tickets for maliphantworks3 at London's Coronet Theatre today and make your evening one that you'll never forget!

Additional Information

Age restriction

To be confirmed.

Running time

To be confirmed.

Performance dates

6 - 22 February 2020.

Venue Information

The Coronet Theatre103 Notting Hill Gate, London, W11 3LB

Customer Reviews

7 reviews4.1

Rachel Mary Hadi-Talab26th February

The Coronet theatre is a lovely building but seating in the auditorium is too cramped to accommodate anyone taller than about 5ft 6" . I have arthritis in my knees and hips and was so uncomfortable I was unable to relax and enjoy the show. The dancing was lovely but the accompanying music wasn't great.

Viv Lawrence24th February

The theatre has wonderful atmosphere and the performance was attended by and interested audience who seemed absorbed in the dance. I thought the entire evening was wonderful and great value too.

Alla Yushchenko19th February

All was beautiful! Thanks so much for emotional event

George Aldridge19th February

The three 'acts' were increasingly tedious displays of amateurish lack of talent. The first act focused on movement within a moving array of lights, but had it not been for the lights would have been seen as hollow and devoid of beauty or any actual dancing. The lighting itself, if pitched at an older generation may have wowed, but I have frequently seen better displays and better dancing at numerous parties that I had not paid to attend. "Act 2" the films, was a contemptuous couple of shorts, the former by Dana focusing on the monochrome of her black dress against the white background, but looked to be made up in someones front room using a slumped sheet. Once more her dancing demonstrated an ego far exceeding a talent. The second "film" focused on a horizontal position supported by a bungee cord, but seemed to be a poor man's attempt at an aerial display, which, much like the lighting in the first part, was totally inferior to anything of it's kind in a more focused context. The music to the second was very beat driven but the dancing very out of time. In total both "films" screamed of a contempt for the audience with a "heres one I made earlier," approach to fill ten minutes the performers were incapable if performing. The final "duet," was so badly rehearsed we saw them knock into each other clearly on accident at one point and seemed more about attempting a romantic dance than actually being one. I would expect better from first year dance students (and I studied performance, so am very aware of what first year dance students are most frequently capable of!). A waste of time and money, that depicted a washed up ego and ill conceived ideas delivered without skill in either dance or choreography.

HILARY ARNOLD16th February

Moving and brilliant

Tiffany Fenner14th February

Beautifully danced, lyrical and hypnotic.

Julienne Webster7th February

Great performance in a perfect space. Brilliant evening.