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Matthew Bourne's Play Without Words Opens Next Week at Sadlers Wells

"Funny, sexy, sinister, nostalgic, brilliantly stylish and blazing original" The Daily Telegraph's description of the play when it debuted at the National Theatre in 2002 and enjoyed a sell out run!
Matthew Bourne's Play Without Words Opens Next Week at Sadlers Wells
Taking inspiration from 60s film The Servant, this chic rival has not been performed for over eight years and is one of New Adventures' most critically acclaimed productions, winning both the 2003 Olivier Awards for best entertainment and best theatre choreographer. Back for a limited four week season, make sure you book now for this must-see summer sizzler!
Returning to London for the first time since 2004 world-renowned San Francisco Ballet will perform three outstanding mixed bills featuring works from legendary choreographers. Under the direction of Artistic Director & Principal Choreographer Helgi Tomasson, San Francisco Ballet is the oldest professional ballet company in America and has a worldwide reputation for its vast and rich repertory, performed by a virtuoso company. Tickets are selling fast for this short run so get in quick or you will miss out! Book here!
Akram Khan’s latest work made its world premiere in 2011 to unanimous critical praise. His most personal work to date, DESH is a full length contemporary solo that has already been declared “a masterpiece” (The Observer) and won an Olivier Award for best new dance production. A collaboration of extraordinary proportions, Khan joined forces with visual artist Tim Yip (production designer for Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon), award-winning lighting designer Michael Hulls, writer and poet Karthika Nair, Olivier Award-winning composer Jocelyn Pook and slam poet PolarBear to create “the most urgent, beautiful and confident work of his career” (The Guardian). 
This will be shown at Sadlers Wells from 2-6 October. Book tickets for Akram Khan's Desh here.

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