Rambert2: Double Bill

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Last event: Wednesday 9 June at 7.30pm
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    Schools: £10
    Aged Under 26s: £14

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Rambert is one of the UK’s most daring and diverse dance companies. Rambert2 brings together 11 young dancers with outstanding ability, creativity and individuality for two nights of world-class performance at Storyhouse.

KILLER PIG choreographed by Sharon Eyal
HOME choreographed by Micaela Taylor

In February 2020, 650 early career dancers attended open auditions to join the Rambert2 ensemble. 11 were chosen for their outstanding ability and individuality. This is their on-stage debut as a company, unleashing their creative forces with Sharon Eyal’s pulsating and uncompromisingly physical Killer Pig.

Micaela Taylor is one to watch for 2021. Her undeniable brilliance is hard to categorise and always evolving. In a brand new piece especially for Rambert2’s daring new talent, it’s fair to expect influences of hip hop, jazz, African dance and classical ballet to create a totally fresh feel.

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Duration

Approx 90 mins

Time details

Includes an internal

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