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Work type: Dance or ballet.

Black Waters - T1604760791

In 1782, the owners of the Zong ship claimed insurance on the lives of the 130 slaves thrown overboard. Over 100 years later, the Kala Pani prison (
2 Apr 20Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442
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4 Mar 20The Theatre By The Lake, Keswick :: V7
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25 Feb 20 to 26 Feb 20Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
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12 Feb 20 to 15 Feb 20Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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The Rite of Spring/Left Unseen - T01585288747

Phoenix Dance Theatre present a culturally distinctive 21st century re-working of the iconic ballet, The Rite of Spring. For his first work created in the UK, Haitan contemporary and folklore choreographer Jeanguy Saintus reenvisions The Rite of Spring introducing the sacred arts of Haiti along with contemporary global issues in his bold approach to the near riot-causing original by Vaslav Nijinsky. Alongside Rite of Spring will be a new work from established choreographer Amaury Lebrun. Left Unseen explores inclusion and isolation and our instinctive reliance on the five senses. Using precise choreography, moments of unison, interaction, sporadic bursts of movement and sudden stillness Lebrun poses the question, how sensitive and aware can we become when we lose one of our senses...?
8 Nov 19 to 9 Nov 19mac birmingham - Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham :: V146
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18 Oct 19 to 19 Oct 19Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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4 May 19Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442
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Phoenix at Home - T1404490812

Phoenix Dance Theatre present an exciting line-up of world-class dance featuring their celebrated reworking of Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring. You will also experience performances from the next generation of contemporary dancers, Phoenix Youth Academy, and see an exclusive excerpt of the company's next full-length piece, Black Waters, co-choreographed by Sharon Watson, Shambik Ghose and Dr Mitul Sengupta.
25 Sep 19 to 28 Sep 19Stanley and Audrey Burton Theatre, Leeds :: V0157226077
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The Rite of Spring / Troy Game - T01134499274

The Rite of Spring draws on the themes of ceremony and sacrifice in a captivating performance for today's modern global society. Troy Game, a tongue-in-cheek parody of male machismo. The work is a display of muscular humour, ritual and athleticism that has been specially re-staged for Phoenix to include female dancers.Choreographer Robert North (Troy Game).
27 Jun 19 to 28 Jun 19Peacock Theatre, West End :: V222
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Windrush: Movement of the People - T01964213021

A lively celebration of the rise of multicultural Britain, Windrush spans the spirit, history and heritage of British Caribbean culture, celebrating the 70th anniversary of the arrival of SS Empire Windrush that bought the first Caribbean migrants to the UK. Choreographed by Artistic Director Sharon Watson, the work features an uplifting soundtrack from calypso and jazz to RnB and drum-n-bass. Audiences will also be treated to performances of Calyx, a new commission by emerging choreographer Sandrine Monin that explores the themes of beauty, desire and decadence; and a revival of Shadows by Christopher Bruce, now featured in the AQA GCSE dance curriculum.Choreographer Sharon Watson. Music Christella Litras.
22 Nov 18Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972
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1 Nov 18 to 2 Nov 18Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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10 Oct 18Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857
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9 May 18 to 10 May 18Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
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27 Feb 18Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90
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7 Feb 18 to 10 Feb 18Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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Triple Bill: Windrush, Calyx, Shadows - T39818843

70 years after the Empire Windrush docked, marking the start of Caribbean migration to the UK, comes a new work from Phoenix's artistic director Sharon Watson with a newly commissioned score by Gary Crosby. Also featuring in this bill is Calyx, a new piece by company dancer Sandrine Monin and composer Roberto Rusconi, inspired by Baudelaire's Les Fleurs du Mal (Flowers of Evil), and Christopher Bruce's acclaimed work: Shadows.Choreographer Christopher Bruce (Shadows). Performer Sandrine Monin (Calyx). Music Roberto Rusconi (Calyx). Music Gary Crosby (Windrush). Choreographer Sharon Watson (Windrush).
4 May 18 to 5 May 18mac birmingham - Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham :: V146
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26 Apr 18 to 28 Apr 18Peacock Theatre, West End :: V222
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9 Mar 18 to 10 Mar 18Curve, Leicester :: V830272338
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20 Feb 18The Theatre By The Lake, Keswick :: V7
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Calyx/Beast/Maybe Yes Maybe, Maybe No Maybe - T0481048682

Calyx - a new piece for 2017 by company dancer Sandrine Monin: this beautiful work explores the theme of desire, inspired by 'The Flowers of Evil' by Charles Baudelaire. Beast, by choreographer Douglas Thorpe ?immerses the audience into the darkest reaches of the mind, using six dancers in a powerful, intimidating and uncompromising performance. Aletta Collins' Maybe Yes Maybe, Maybe No Maybe uses a live microphone to blend movement and voices into a pulsating soundtrack, in a work described by The Times as 'sparky, mischievous...crowd-pleasing'.
17 Nov 17The Civic, Barnsley :: V959
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14 Nov 17Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442
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25 Oct 17 to 26 Oct 17Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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Mixed Programme: Nightlife at the Flamingo/Beast/Calyx - T835392594

Celebrating their 35th anniversary year, Phoenix Dance Theatre present a thrilling programme of work. Nightlife at the Flamingo, one of the company's earliest works is re-imagined by Edward Lynch for a cast of founding, retired and current company members. Fusing Jazz, Soul, and Reggae this dazzling piece captures the atmosphere of a 1940's American dance hall. Beast, a powerful and unforgettable piece by Leeds based choreographer Douglas Thorpe, exploring the concept of choice. Plus, Calyx, a new commission by company dancer Sandrine Monin and composer Roberto Rusconi. Calyx explores poetic themes of beauty and decadence.
31 Oct 17Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424
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7 Mar 17Gala Theatre, Durham :: V0146218420
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8 Feb 17 to 11 Feb 17Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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Triple Bill: Until./With/Out.Enough/Undivided Love - T370225256

In a fitting commemoration of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, his timeless themes of desire, duplicity and unrequited love are brought to life in Kate Flatt's brand new work Undivided Loves. Fusing sound, words and dance, Shakespeare's most intimate, mysterious and radical sonnets are reimagined to Brazilian percussionist Adriano Adewale's vibrant and percussive score. In contrast, world-famous Dutch/Israeli choreographer Itzik Galili will rework his piece, Until.With/Out.Enough, which explores the concept of the enclosed space that exists within our minds, as part of a co-commission with The Royal Ballet and Phoenix Dance Theatre.
18 Nov 16 to 19 Nov 16Laban Theatre, Outer London :: V342
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12 Nov 16Blackpool Grand Theatre, Blackpool :: V518
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9 Nov 16The Spa Theatre, Bridlington :: V932
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3 Nov 16 to 4 Nov 16The Point, Eastleigh :: V1114
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7 Oct 16The Civic, Barnsley :: V959
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16 Jun 16 to 17 Jun 16Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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4 May 16Darlington Hippodrome (formerly Civic Theatre), Darlington :: V562
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19 Apr 16Cast, Doncaster :: V1545109680
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6 Apr 16Theatre at the Mill, Newtownabbey :: V0988447631
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10 Mar 16Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth :: V906
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5 Mar 16Festival Theatre, Edinburgh :: V600
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1 Mar 16 to 2 Mar 16Watford Palace Theatre, Watford :: V55
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17 Feb 16 to 20 Feb 16Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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Shadows/Shift/TearFall/Bloom - T950720762

Mixed Programme 2015 features a double bill by one of the most influential figures in world dance, Christopher Bruce CBE including a brand new work, Shadows created by him especially for Phoenix Dance Theatre and a restaging of Christopher's energetic study of life in the 1940's, Shift. Having choreographed works for leading dance companies across the globe, this is the first time that Phoenix will perform any of this renowned choreographer's work. The work also features two world premieres Phoenix Artistic Director Sharon Watson follows up her audience favourites Melt (2011) and Repetition of Change (2013) with TearFall, a new piece that builds on her exploration of science through dance using her simultaneously mesmerising and athletic choreography style. The fourth piece is Bloom by exciting new choreographer and New Adventures Choreographer Award winner Caroline Finn whose work often presents darkly comic expressions of life and humanity using her playful, quirky and highly engaging choreographic style.Choreographer Christopher Bruce (CBE). Choreographer Caroline Finn. Choreographer Sharon Watson.
1 Dec 15 to 2 Dec 15Nuffield Theatre (Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts), Lancaster :: V522
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26 Nov 15Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972
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9 Oct 15The Civic, Barnsley :: V959
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15 Sep 15 to 16 Sep 15Theatr Clwyd, Mold :: V810
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Mixed Programme: Until.With/Out.Enough/TearFall/Bloom - T2068228561

Galili first created Until.With/Out.Enough in 1998, to immersive music by Henryk G?recki. He now revisits the work in this new version, co-commissioned by The Royal Ballet. Watson's acclaimed DNA-inspired work Repetition of Change was her first exploration of ways to express science through dance. She now investigates the scientific complexity of tears ? the surprising truths behind the physical and emotional purposes of crying ? in TearFall, with support from the Wellcome Trust. Caroline Finn was an award-winner at the 2014 New Adventures Choreographer Awards, and creates Bloom for Phoenix Dance Theatre as part of the award. With playful, darkly comic choreography, Finn creates a surreal universe populated by tragicomic characters, who gradually emerge from behind their facades as they tell their stories.Choreographer Itzik Galili. Choreographer Sharon Watson. Choreographer Caroline Finn.
11 Nov 15 to 14 Nov 15Royal Opera House, West End :: V377
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Mixed Programme: Bloom/TearFall/Shift/Shadows - T01074197061

Bloom - Bloom is a new work by exciting New Adventures Choreographer Award winner Caroline Finn. TearFall - Phoenix Artistic Director Sharon Watson presents TearFall, a new piece that builds on her exploration of science through dance using her simultaneously mesmerising and athletic choreography style. Shift - An energetic study of factory life in the 1940's by one of the world's leading choreographers, Christopher Bruce CBE. Shadows - A new work created especially for Phoenix by one of the world's leading choreographers Christopher Bruce CBE.Choreographer Caroline Finn (Bloom). Choreographer Sharon Watson (TearFall). Choreographer Christopher Bruce (Shift). Choreographer Christopher Bruce (Shadows).
14 Oct 15Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442
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28 May 15Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
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21 May 15Churchill Theatre, Bromley :: V302
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13 May 15Cast, Doncaster :: V1545109680
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7 May 15Liverpool Playhouse, Liverpool :: V536
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22 Apr 15Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424
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31 Mar 15Coliseum Theatre, Oldham :: V497
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12 Mar 15Connaught Theatre, Worthing :: V725
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3 Mar 15Curve, Leicester :: V830272338
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24 Feb 15Watford Palace Theatre, Watford :: V55
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11 Feb 15 to 14 Feb 15Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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Shift/Shadows/Document/Mapping - T957486378

The programme opens with two works by Christopher Bruce, former director of Rambert: a restaging of his energetic work Shift (2007), set to music by Kenji Bunch; and Shadows, a world premiere created for Phoenix set to Arvo Part's Fratres. Document is the excoriating UK debut from Ivgi & Greben; five dancers struggle against the darkest forces of human emotion in movement of startling intensity, to music by the choreographers' regular collaborator Tom Parkinson. The programme closes with Mapping, created by Phoenix Dance Theatre's former director Darshan Singh Bhuller. Bhuller was inspired by his father's journey from India to the UK to create a dynamic and inventive work in which the world seems to unfold beneath us. Running time: 1hr 55mins including two intervals.Choreographer Christopher Bruce. Choreographer Uri Ivgi. Choreographer Johan Gregen. Choreographer Darshan Singh Bhuller. Performer Carmen Vasquez Marfil. Performer Vanessa Vince-Pang. Performer Prentice Whitlow. Performer Ben Mitchell. Performer Andreas Grimaldier. Performer Sandrine Monin.
25 Nov 14 to 29 Nov 14Royal Opera House, West End :: V377
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The programme features the first UK work by exciting European choreographic duo Ivgi & Greben. Featuring five dancers, this new piece is powerful, relentless and packed with emotion. Didy Veldman's See Blue Through plunges the stage into a fascinating, mysterious undersea world. Featuring sensuous, elastic choreography and costumes, this audience favourite was first performed by the company in 2005. Completing the bill is the latest work by former Phoenix Artistic Director Darshan Singh Bhuller. His first work for Phoenix since 2006, this stunning new piece is inspired by his Mapping series of works, and is filled with thrilling, dynamic and physical choreography. Running time: 1hr 45mins including two 20 minute intervals. Age 6+Choreographer Ivgi & Greben. Choreographer Darshan Singh Bhuller. Choreographer Didy Veldman.
19 Nov 14Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457
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See Blue Through/Document/Mapping - T819483919

Didy Veldman's See Blue Through plunges the stage into a fascinating, mysterious undersea world. Featuring sensuous, elastic choreography and costumes, this audience favourite was first performed by the company in 2005. Document, is a powerful and brooding piece that takes five dancers through a relentless and hardhitting struggle with the darkest of human emotions. Mapping is inspired by the choreographer's father's journey from East to West, the former Phoenix Artistic Director looks down on the world from above, resulting in a thrilling inventive new performance.
12 Nov 14 to 13 Nov 14Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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Mixed Programme: Shadows/Shift - T0794620740

Christopher Bruce has created SHADOWS especially for Phoenix Dance Theatre. Of this work he says, "To me, many of Arvo Part's compositions evoke images of a European history and tradition steeped in over a thousand years of human experience and, frequently, suffering. These themes, and particularly the turbulence of twentieth century events, have influenced my reaction to his work Fratres". The programme also includes a restaging of his energetic study of life in the 1940s, SHIFT, performed to the last movement of Swing Shift by Kenji Bunch.Choreographer Christopher Bruce (Shadows). Choreographer Christopher Bruce (Shift).
22 Oct 14Victoria Theatre, Halifax :: V969
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Poenix @ Home: Tenacity - T0508493881

Tenacity will commemorate 50 years of the Civil Rights Act; an act that allowed voices to be heard and actions to have meaning. Curated to reflect the company's engagement with its heritage, the pieces in this moving programme pay homage to the development of Civil Rights across the world.Jane Dudley's film Harmonica Breakdown shows the making of her renowned solo choreographed in 1939 which was her response to the American Depression and family life in the Dust Bowl era. Alessandra Seutin's 1976 tells the story of the Soweto uprising in South Africa, where a group of children were shot dead amidst a bloody protest for their rights. Longevity is an emotional duet by Gary Lambert, inspired by Martin Luther King's 'I have a Dream' speech delivered during the Civil Rights March on Washington in 1963. The Audacious One, by Warren Adams is a taut, passionate look into a world of political intrigue and power. Based on Barack Obama's keynote address 'The Audacity of Hope' it examines the question 'What do we do once we agree to disagree?'
24 Sep 14 to 27 Sep 14Stanley and Audrey Burton Theatre, Leeds :: V0157226077
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Mixed Programme: See Blue Through/Document/Mapping - T0758809495

The programme features the firstUKwork by exciting European choreographic duo Ivgi & Greben. Featuring five dancers, this new piece is powerful, relentless and packed with emotion. Didy Veldman's See Blue Through plunges the stage into a fascinating, mysterious undersea world. Featuring sensuous, elastic choreography and costumes, this audience favourite was first performed by the company in 2005. Completing the bill is the latest work by former Phoenix Artistic Director Darshan Singh Bhuller. His first work forPhoenixsince 2006, this stunning new piece is inspired by his Mapping series of works, and is filled with thrilling, dynamic and physical choreography. Running time: 1hr 45mins (including two 20min interval). Recommended age: 8+Choreographer Ivgi & Greben. Choreographer Darshan Singh Bhuller. Choreographer Didy Veldman.
28 May 14Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442
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21 May 14Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972
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18 Mar 14Watford Palace Theatre, Watford :: V55
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25 Feb 14Liverpool Playhouse, Liverpool :: V536
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12 Feb 14 to 15 Feb 14Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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Phoenix Dance Theatre's Education Department is pleased to welcome young dancers of all ages from across Yorkshire to perform at The Stanley and Audrey Burton Theatre for an evening's celebration of youth dance. Groups from all corners of our region present a series of pieces in a variety of dance styles, from contemporary to jazz, lyrical and hip hop. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to see some of Yorkshire's finest young dancers in action!
29 Mar 14Stanley and Audrey Burton Theatre, Leeds :: V0157226077
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Particle Velocity - T533707050

Performed to a specially commissioned score, Phoenix Artistic Director Sharon Watson's latest work sees dancers blending movement and music from on stage musicians to create a unique, abstract piece of theatre. Specialising in explosive, powerful dance, Douglas Thorpe's newest piece for the company is a blistering duet that features his trademark raw, visceral choreography. One of the country's most exciting emerging talents, Jose Agudo's unforgettable new solo sees a single dancer fill the stage with physical, intense dance.Completing the bill is celebrated choreographer Richard Alston's first work for Phoenix; a poignant piece that takes its inspiration from Ravel's Sonata for Violin and Cello. Running time: 2hrs (including two 20min intervals)Choreographer Sharon Watson. Choreographer Douglas Thorpe. Choreographer Jose Agudo. Choreographer Richard Alston. Music Kenneth Hesketh. Music Vinz. Lighting Andy Waddington. Costume Becs Andrews. Costume Lorna Clayton. DramaturgLou Cope. Design Becs Andrews (set and video). Performer Glenn Graham. Performer Sandrine Monin. Performer Phil Sanger. Performer Jitka Tumova. Performer Vanessa Vince-Pang. Performer Josh Wille. Director Tracy Tinker (rehearsal director).
28 Nov 13Curve, Leicester :: V830272338
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19 Nov 13 to 23 Nov 13Royal Opera House, West End :: V377
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9 Nov 13Theatr Clwyd, Mold :: V810
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6 Nov 13 to 7 Nov 13Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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15 Oct 13Hull New Theatre, Hull :: V934
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10 Oct 13 to 11 Oct 13Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
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8 Oct 13Cast, Doncaster :: V1545109680
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30 Apr 13Connaught Theatre, Worthing :: V725
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17 Apr 13Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457
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12 Mar 13 to 13 Mar 13Liverpool Playhouse, Liverpool :: V536
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6 Feb 13 to 9 Feb 13Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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Crossing Points: Catch/SoundClash/Signal/Maybe Yes Maybe Maybe No Maybe - T01638196951

Inspired by Magritte's iconic painting The Son of Man, Catch, by Ana Lujan Sanchez is a powerful piece set to an evocative new score by Borut Krlisnik. The second new work is the latest creation by Kwesi Johnson, Artistic Director of Company Malakhi, a choreographer famed for blending contemporary, hip-hop, breakdancing and parkour to create unique, inspiring physical theatre. This exciting programme also features the return of Henri Oguike's unflinching Signal and the hilarious modern Phoenix classic Maybe Yes Maybe, Maybe No Maybe by Aletta Collins.Choreographer Ana Lujan Sanchez (Catch). Choreographer Kwesi Johnson (SoundClash). Choreographer Henri Oguike (Signal). Choreographer Aletta Collins (Maybe Yes Maybe Maybe No Maybe).
4 Dec 12Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972
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20 Nov 12 to 21 Nov 12Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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21 Sep 12 to 22 Sep 12Theatr Clwyd, Mold :: V810
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31 May 12Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
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1 Feb 12 to 4 Feb 12Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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Crossing Points - T253508250

his programme of four one-act ballets combines inspiring choreography with hip hop and physical theatre. It includes dances by Ana Luj?n S?nchez, Henri Oguike, Sharon Watson and Kwesi Johnson.Choreographer Ana Lujan Sanchez. Choreographer Henri Oguike. Choreographer Sharon Watson. Choreographer Kwesi Johnson.
14 Nov 12 to 15 Nov 12Arts Centre, Aberystwyth :: V817
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25 Oct 12 to 27 Oct 12Royal Opera House, West End :: V377
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9 Oct 12Wyvern Theatre, Swindon :: V928
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2 Oct 12 to 3 Oct 12Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935
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18 Sep 12The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
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Crossing Points: Catch/SoundClash - T65944693

Crossing Points features the world premieres of two contrasting dance works. Inspired by Magritte's iconic painting The Son of Man, Ana Lujan Sanchez's Catch immerses the audience in an abstract, surreal world filled with intricate, dynamic and thought provoking choreography. SoundClash by Kwesi Johnson sees the dancers mimic the complex and beautiful patterns created by sound waves when made visible. The bill also features the return of Henri Oguike's thrilling Signal, and another chance to see Aletta Collins' sassy, hilarious modern Phoenix classic Maybe Yes Maybe, Maybe No Maybe.Choreographer Ana Lujan Sanchez (Catch). Choreographer Kwesi Johnson (SoundClash).
23 Mar 12 to 24 Mar 12Liverpool Playhouse, Liverpool :: V536
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Reflected: Declarations/Switch/Melt/What It Is/Pave Up Paradise - T1839060883

The bill features two new dance works - Richard Wherlock’s sensual and vibrant Switch and Melt by Phoenix Artistic Director Sharon Watson which features an innovative blend of aerial dance and contemporary choreography. Philip Taylor’s What It Is is a sultry, playful take on love and sexuality set to a mesmerising Amy Winehouse soundtrack, and there is also a welcome return for audience favourite Pave Up Paradise, Ben Duke and Raquel Meseguer’s tongue in cheek retelling of the story of Adam and EveChoreographer Ben Duke. Choreographer Raquel Meseguer. Choreographer Philip Taylor. Choreographer Sharon Watson. Choreographer Richard Wherlock. Performer Azzurra Ardovini. Performer Chihiro Kawasaki. Performer Amanda Lewis. Performer Phil Sanger. Performer Ryu Suzuki. Performer Josh Wille. Performer Ed Railton.
20 Mar 12 to 21 Mar 12Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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15 Nov 11 to 16 Nov 11Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935
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18 Oct 11Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972
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19 May 11 to 20 May 11Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
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27 Apr 11 to 28 Apr 11Liverpool Playhouse, Liverpool :: V536
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6 Apr 11The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
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29 Mar 11Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424
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18 Mar 11Pegasus Theatre, Oxford :: V801
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26 Jan 11 to 29 Jan 11Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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Reflected: Switch/What It Is/Pave Up Paradise/Maybe Yes Maybe Maybe No Maybe - T0144609457

Works by Aletta Collins, Lost Dog, Philip Taylor and Richard Wherlock. Following last year s critically acclaimed Declarations, internationally renowned Phoenix Dance Theatre return to Brunton Theatre with their latest exciting show. Marking three decades of outstanding dance by the company, the evening opens with Richard Wherlock s stylish, sensual and vibrant Switch. Philip Taylor s What It Is is a sultry, playful take on love and sexuality set to a mesmerising Amy Winehouse soundtrack. This is followed by audience favourite Pave Up Paradise, Ben Duke and Raquel Meseguer s sexy but tongue in cheek retelling of the story of Adam and Eve. The evening finishes with another chance to see Aletta Collins Maybe Yes Maybe, Maybe No Maybe, a hilarious modern Phoenix classic which blends movement and voices through a live microphone to create an unforgettable piece of dance theatre.
4 Nov 11Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633
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5 Oct 11Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442
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Declarations - T0418166500

Internationally renowned contemporary dance company Phoenix Dance Theatre present their critically acclaimed mixed programme, Declarations. The bill features four diverse, entertaining dance works. With a live microphone at its heart, Aletta Collins’ Maybe Yes Maybe, Maybe No Maybe blends movement and voices to create a fresh, witty piece of dance, whilst Isira Makuloluwe’s Locked in Vertical sees dancers coil and turn their way through breathtakingly fluid choreography. Inspired by the words of Barack Obama, Warren Adams’ The Audacious One is packed with tense, political intrigue, and the programme is completed by a Phoenix classic from Philip Taylor, the poignant and atmospheric Haunted Passages.Choreographer Warren Adams. Choreographer Aletta Collins. Choreographer Isira Makuloluwe. Choreographer Philip Taylor.
26 Oct 11Curve, Leicester :: V830272338
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29 Sep 11The Riverfront, Newport :: V088145899
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Declarations - T829531977

Internationally renowned contemporary dance company Phoenix Dance Theatre present DECLARATIONS. Featuring two new works and the return of an audience favourite, this tour is a perfect example of the diverse mixed programmes Phoenix is famed for.
2 Dec 10Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972
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30 Nov 10Cambridge Junction, Cambridge :: V23
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2 Nov 10Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935
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28 Oct 10 to 29 Oct 10Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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9 Oct 10Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633
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15 Sep 10 to 16 Sep 10Liverpool Playhouse, Liverpool :: V536
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Ignite - T1932698279

Features four contrasting pieces of work from critically acclaimed choreographers such as Darshan Singh Bhuller, Alesandra Seutin and Douglas Thorpe.
25 Jun 10Theatre Royal Wakefield, Wakefield :: V979
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Beast - T01178184735

One of the leading contemporary dance companies makes a much-anticipated return to the stage under the new Artistic Directorship of Sharon Watson with stunning works by local and national emerging choreographers. Expect dance theatre at its most physical and extreme.Choreographer Douglas Thorpe.
19 Nov 09Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax :: V1098014226
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22 Oct 09The Arts Centre (Rose Theatre), Ormskirk :: V527
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21 Oct 09Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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Mixed Programme - T0317273085

Under the new Artistic Directorship of Sharon Watson, Phoenix Dance Theatre is delighted to present the works of emerging choreographers from the Yorkshire region in their Autumn Tour. This includes Beast by Douglas Thorpe which takes a close look at rage, how we experience it and what it does to us when it seizes control. Beast imagines what would happen if our most disturbing thoughts became a reality; when impulse become physical action. Phoenix Dance Theatre is one of Britain’s leading contemporary dance companies which tours nationally and internationally taking inspiring and entertaining dance to the widest possible audience.
20 Oct 09Harrogate Theatre, Harrogate :: V942
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Blue Roses/Chaconne/The Moor's Pavane/Harmonica Breakdown/cervaNtes - T01774119623

Javier De Frutos' Blue Roses is a visually beautiful and wittily choreographed work inspired by Tennessee William's The Glass Menagerie. Five dancers perform to the innate musicality of the playwright's own voice creating an emotionally charged work that is both mesmerising and engrossing. Jose Limon's Chaconne and The Moor's Pavane offer a rare opportunity to experience two hugely influential works in the development of contemporary dance. Created in the 1940s, Chaconne is a virtuoso male solo piece performed to J S Bach's profoundly moving Partita in D minor for violin. Shakespeare's Othello is the inspiration for The Moor's Pavane, often described as one of the greatest works of twentieth century modern dance. Four sumptuously costumed dancers skilfully evoke the sheer emotion and drama of the play through the unlikely vehicle of a courtly dance. Watch and be amazed. In Jane Dudley's Harmonica Breakdown, a lone female dancer embodies the Black struggle for survival during America's Great 1920s Depression. Performed to Sonny Terry's soulful harmonica music, this short but exquisitely choreographed work is a real gem. And cervaNtes takes Ana Lujan Sanchez' biography of Don Quixote as the inspiration for a duet that explores the experiences and humanity of the author. Delight in the sheer physicality of the performances.Choreographer Javier De Frutos (Blue Roses). Choreographer Jose Limon (Chaconne). Choreographer Jose Limon (The Moor's Pavane). Choreographer Jane Dudley (Harmonica Breakdown).
27 Nov 08Blackpool Grand Theatre, Blackpool :: V518
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Mixed Bill - T0228486144

Phoenix Dance Theatre have an international reputation for presenting inspiring, entertaining contemporary dance, performed by a formidable group of dancers handpicked from around the world. This sophisticated programme features both classic modern dance by eminent American choreographer José Limón (1908-1972), and the latest stylish offerings from the company’s Artistic Director Javier De Frutos. One is a crucial figure in the development of modern dance whose landmark work is rarely seen in the UK, the other a notorious maverick of the contemporary dance world whose passionate Latin American spirit informs his vivid choreographic interpretation of human relationships. Olivier-award winning De Frutos is also well known for his work with Rambert Dance Company, Royal New Zealand Ballet and his choreography of Cabaret in the West End.
11 Nov 08 to 12 Nov 08Richmond Theatre, Outer London :: V327
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15 Oct 08 to 16 Oct 08Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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10 Oct 08 to 11 Oct 08Arts Theatre, Cambridge :: V19
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Paseillo/Los Picadores/Nopalitos - T1320057250

The three works have distinctly different moods, and offer a rich and varied experience of contemporary dance: Paseillo focuses on human interaction, with dancers whispering and gossiping on stage as they explore their relationships with each other. The beautiful Mozart score and enigmatically decaying costumes finish the piece beautifully. Los Picadores is set to Stravinsky's "Les Noces," only instead of being about a wedding, it is about a stag night that goes horribly awry. Nopalitos is a riot of Mexican influences, in costume, dramatic set and Lila Downs’ music.Choreographer Javier De Frutos.
7 Nov 08 to 8 Nov 08Theatre Royal, Glasgow :: V623
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10 Jun 08 to 11 Jun 08Churchill Theatre, Bromley :: V302
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The Moor's Pavane (1949)/Othello/Chaconne (1942)/New Work/Paseillo - T0277531345

[Phoenix Dance Theatre] presents a distinctive programme featuring both classic modern dance by eminent choreographer [José Limón] (1908-1972), and the latest stylish offerings from the company’s Artistic Director [Javier De Frutos]. One is a crucial figure in the development of modern dance whose landmark work is rarely seen in the UK, the other a notorious maverick of the contemporary dance world whose passionate Latin American spirit informs his delightful choreographic interpretation of human relationships. The Moor’s Pavane (1949) is Limón’s signature work based on the tale of Othell and set to music by Purcell, while Chaconne (1942) is a solo that has previously been performed outside Limón’s own company only once, by [Mikhail Baryshnikov]. De Frutos also presents two works: a new piece based on Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie, and the enchanting Sadler’s Wells co-commission Paseillo.Choreographer Jose Limon. Choreographer Javier De Frutos.
3 Jun 08 to 5 Jun 08Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent :: V124
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28 Apr 08 to 29 Apr 08Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
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T01982937816

Phoenix Dance Theatre have an international reputation for presenting inspiring, entertaining contemporary dance, performed by a formidable group of dancers handpicked from around the world. De Frutos’s work brings to the stage an evocative and passionate theatricality. The ten Phoenix dancers perform his sensual and emotionally charged choreography with unwavering technical prowess; this diverse and inspiring programme exhibiting their strength and versatility. De Frutos is also well known for his works for Rambert Dance Company, Royal New Zealand Ballet, and his choreography for Cabaret in the West End. Repertoire includes: Los Picadores, a violent, carnal approach to Stravinsky’s Les Noces; and the colourful Nopalitos, inspired by the Mexican ‘Day of the Dead’ festival.
15 May 08 to 17 May 08Northcott Theatre, Exeter :: V886
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Paseillo/Pequenas Alegrias - T1963894956

Phoenix Dance Theatre returns to its London home under the helm of new Artistic Director, [Javier De Frutos], with four works. To mark Javier's first London season with Phoenix, Sadler's Wells has co-commissoned a brand new piece, Paseillo, which will be performed alongside his new work Los Picadores. Los Picadores features the dramatic music of Stravinsky’s Les Noces (The Wedding). This iconic choral work for dance has been reimagined as a violent, carnal struggle between men and women - the high octane movement sharpened by top fight director, [Terry King]. Paseillo is envisaged as a companion piece to Los Picadores, and features six dancers performing movement on the theme of eros in art.Choreographer Javier De Frutos. Choreographer Henrique Rodovalho.
1 Jun 07 to 2 Jun 07Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
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Harmonica Breakdown/Signal/New Work - T01295914052

Brazilian Henrique Rodovalho laces his sinuous movement with humour, emotion and an influence from capoeira martial arts. A rare revival of [Jane Dudley]'s Harmonica Breakdown, sees a female dancer in an uplifting solo to Sonny Terry's Blues. [Henri Oguike]'s fiery Signal, sets five dances against the pounding rhythms of Japanese taiko drums. The programme is completed with a new work from Artistic Director, [Javier De Frutos], whose sensual and emotionally charged Nopalitos brought Phoenix critical acclaim in 2006. He's also known for his work with Rambert Dance Company and the hit West End musical Cabaret.Choreographer Henrique Rodovalho. Choreographer Jane Dudley (Harmonica Breakdown).
25 May 07Sherman Theatre, Cardiff :: V824
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18 May 07MacRobert Arts Centre, Stirling :: V642
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See Blue Through/Harmonica Breakdown/New Works - T1055254360

Phoenix Dance Theatre present a new mixed bill of inspiring and entertaining dance works from international choreographers. Four different dances in one evening by four different choreographers. Brazilian Henrique Rodovalho laces his sinuous movement with humour, emotion and an influence from capoeira martial arts. He creates a shifting world of film projections set to traditional South American beats. Didy Veldman’s See Blue Through transforms seven dancers into undulating creatures inhabiting an underwater world suggested by a fabulous mirrored set. A rare revival of Jane Dudley’s 1938 masterpiece, Harmonica Breakdown, sees a female dancer pit her irrepressible positivity against the Great American Depression in an uplifting solo to Sonny Terry’s Blues. The programme is completed by a new work from Artistic Director, Javier De Frutos, whose sensual and emotionally charged Nopalitos brought Phoenix critical acclaim in 2006. He’s also known for his work with New Zealand Ballet, Rambert Dance Company and most recently, the hit West End musical Cabaret.Choreographer Henrique Rodovalho. Choreographer Didy Veldman (See Blue Through). Choreographer Jane Dudley (Harmonica Breakdown). Choreographer Javier De Frutos (New Work).
26 Apr 07 to 27 Apr 07Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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New Work/See Blue Through - T825605231

Brazilian [Henrique Rodovalho] makes his UK debut with a commission for Phoenix. His sinuous movement, laced with humour, emotion and an influence from copoeira martial arts, is set against a shifting world of film projections and traditional South American beats. The programme includes a further premiere from [Javier De Frutos], whose Nopalitos brought exquisite, emotionally charged choreography to the us in 2006. Javier recently choreographed for Rambert and the hit West End musical Cabaret. Finally, [Didy Veldman]'s See Blue Through is inspired by the mysteries of underwater life, challenging the limitations of the human body with a fluidity that transforms seven dancers into undulating creatures that seem suspended in water.Choreographer Henrique Rodovalho (New Work). Choreographer Javier De Frutos (New Work). Choreographer Didy Veldman (See Blue Through).
28 Mar 07 to 31 Mar 07Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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Stories in Red - Snow White in Black/Nopalitos/Laal/Pave Up Paradise - T1233124445

Ex Adventures in Motion Pictures star [Arthur Pita] ), works his magic on Snow White in Black, while [Javier de Frutos]' Mexican-flavoured Nopalitos draws intense performances from the Phoenix dancers. [Darshan Singh Bhuller] presents Laal, a passionate, highly physical solo inspired by the colour red. Whilst Pave Up Paradise, from rising stars [Ben Duke] and [Raquel Meseguer], revisits Adam and Eve in a witty and irreverent examination of guilt, innocence and lust for forbidden fruit.Choreographer Arthur Pita. Choreographer Javier de Frutos. Choreographer Darshan Singh Bhuller. Choreographer Ben Duke. Choreographer Raquel Meseguer.
29 Nov 06 to 30 Nov 06Northcott Theatre, Exeter :: V886
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3 Nov 06 to 4 Nov 06Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972
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27 Jun 06 to 28 Jun 06Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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20 Jun 06 to 21 Jun 06Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962
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13 Jun 06Wyvern Theatre, Swindon :: V928
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6 Jun 06The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
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17 May 06 to 20 May 06Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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Stories in Red/New Work/Pave Up Paradise - T1458033128

A regular feature of our spring season, internationally acclaimed Phoenix premiere their new triple bill, featuring Sadler's Wells co-commissions from Javier de Frutos and Arthur Pita. Javier de Frutos is variously described as a maverick and an individualist. His versatility has led to commissions from New Zealand Ballet and Rambert Dance Company and a plethora of awards. He brings a passionate theatricality to the stage, drawing on Phoenix's contemporary heritage to create an exuberant new work. Arthur Pita creates an updated version of Snow White for Phoenix, exposing this traditional tale to his wild imagination. In his macabre re-telling, the heroine is adopted by a high-powered Hollywood legend. Bold, inventive and with impeccable visual sense, Pita began performing with Adventures in Motion Pictures and has gone on to create his own work including the recent national tour of Camp. The evening is completed by Pave up Paradise from rising stars Ben Duke and Raquel Meseguer, a duet revisiting Adam and Eve after their fall from Eden. Bickering over the blame for their loss of Paradise, the duo's witty and irreverent work examines guilt, innocence - and lust for forbidden fruit.Choreographer Javier de Frutos. Choreographer Arthur Pita. Choreographer Ben Duke. Choreographer Raquel Meseguer.
8 Jun 06Hull New Theatre, Hull :: V934
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7 Mar 06 to 8 Mar 06Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457
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2 Mar 06 to 4 Mar 06Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
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Planted Seeds - T0957012613

Imagine a world where all you hold dear has been destroyed, where your friends become foes and your neighbours are your enemies. Could you risk everything for the sake of love? Inspired by harrowing news reports from war-torn Yugoslavia and the true story of lovers divided by religion and community, Planted Seeds depicts a nation at war with itself; where loyalties are tested to the limit. Powered by an emotive soundtrack of Gorecki, U2 and Goran Bregovic, this intensely theatrical dance brings to life stories of individuals striving to survive the pressures of war.Choreographer Darshan Singh Bhuller.
23 Nov 05 to 24 Nov 05The Point, Eastleigh :: V1114
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26 Nov 03 to 27 Nov 03The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
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20 Nov 03The Maltings, Farnham :: V701
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12 Nov 03 to 13 Nov 03Birmingham Hippodrome, Birmingham :: V145
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4 Nov 03 to 8 Nov 03The Place Theatre, Inner London :: V240
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31 Oct 03 to 1 Nov 03Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
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29 Oct 03Victoria Theatre, Halifax :: V969
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Inter Vivos - Eng-er-land/See Blue Through/Forest - T02074997722

Phoenix launch a new mixed bill of fresh dance-theatre and classic contemporary dance works. It includes a new piece by Artisitic Director [Darshan Singh Bhulle]r combining film and live performers, the UK premiere of the otherworldly See Blue Through by [Didy Veldman] and a rare staging of Forest by [Robert Cohan], founder of The Place and London Contemporary Dance Theatre.Choreographer Darshan Singh Bhuller (Eng-er-land). Choreographer Didy Veldman (See Blue Through). Choreographer Robert Cohan (Forest).
14 Jun 05Wyvern Theatre, Swindon :: V928
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10 Jun 05 to 11 Jun 05Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962
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7 Jun 05Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90
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26 May 05Eden Court Theatre, Inverness :: V626
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24 May 05MacRobert Arts Centre, Stirling :: V642
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17 May 05 to 18 May 05Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972
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13 May 05 to 14 May 05Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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5 May 05Grand Theatre, Swansea :: V831
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29 Apr 05 to 30 Apr 05Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457
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22 Apr 05The Market Place Theatre and Arts Centre, Armagh :: V1715203224
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13 Apr 05The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
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8 Apr 05 to 9 Apr 05Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury :: V674
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30 Mar 05Cliffs Pavilion, Southend-on-Sea :: V42
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18 Mar 05 to 19 Mar 05Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
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9 Feb 05 to 12 Feb 05Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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A Quadruple Bill - T1053895449

A rich and varied programme of new contemporary dance. Please note all performances, except Fri May 28, will contain approximately four minutes of full nudity.Choreographer Rui Horta. Choreographer Henri Oguike. Choreographer Maresa Von Stockert. Choreographer Darshan Singh Bhuller.
28 May 04 to 29 May 04Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe :: V749
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21 May 04 to 22 May 04Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester :: V489
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18 May 04Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972
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14 May 04 to 15 May 04Dundee Repertory Theatre, Dundee :: V596
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7 May 04 to 9 May 04Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
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26 Apr 04 to 27 Apr 04Gala Theatre, Durham :: V0146218420
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21 Apr 04Wyvern Theatre, Swindon :: V928
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1 Apr 04Theatr Brycheiniog (Brecon Theatre), Brecon :: V1067
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22 Mar 04 to 23 Mar 04Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962
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8 Mar 04 to 10 Mar 04Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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3 Mar 04 to 4 Mar 04Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457
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18 Feb 04 to 21 Feb 04Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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T0529279885

The internationally acclaimed multicultural dance company present their first tour under the artistic direction of [Darshan Singh Bhuller]. The evening showcases compelling narrative and boldly abstract dance from both sides of the atlantic.Choreographer Darshan Singh Bhuller. Choreographer Fin Walker. Choreographer Jeremy Nelson.
9 May 03Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
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28 Mar 03 to 29 Mar 03Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457
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T1180049042

A triple bill of ambitious new dance work launches the new Phoenix Dance Theatre under the artistic guidance of renowned dancer and choreographer [Darshan Singh Bhuller]. The company's world premiere performance sees Darshan's first piece as Artistic Director alongside two new works, one from New York choreographer [Jeremy Nelson] and the other by [Fin Walker].Choreographer Darshan Singh Bhuller. Choreographer Jeremy Nelson. Lighting Richard G Jones. Design Jamie Vartan. Costume Annie Curtis-Jones.
6 May 03 to 7 May 03Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester :: V489
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2 May 03 to 3 May 03Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962
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29 Apr 03 to 30 Apr 03Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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T0151724303

A triple bill of ambitious new dance work launches the new Phoenix Dance Theatre under the artistic guidance of renowned dancer and choreographer [Darshan Singh Bhuller]. The company's world premiere performance sees Darshan's first piece as Artistic Director alongside two new works, one from New York choreographer [Jeremy Nelson] and the other by [Fin Walker].Choreographer Darshan Singh Bhuller. Choreographer Jeremy Nelson. Lighting Lucy Carter. Design Jamie Vartan. Costume Annie Curtis-Jones.
8 Apr 03Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton :: V653
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4 Apr 03 to 5 Apr 03Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
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10 Mar 03 to 11 Mar 03Blackpool Grand Theatre, Blackpool :: V518
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7 Mar 03 to 8 Mar 03Gala Theatre, Durham :: V0146218420
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13 Feb 03 to 15 Feb 03Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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19 - Rewind Come Again - T0714349685

19 - Rewind Come Again is a vivid celebation of the company's history - a kaleidoscope of music, video, narration and dance.Choreographer Pamela Johnson. Choreographer BeBe Miller. Choreographer Thea Nerissa Barnes. Choreographer Andile Sotiya. Choreographer Gary Lambert.
30 Mar 01The Point, Eastleigh :: V1114
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16 Mar 01Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe :: V749
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5 Mar 01 to 1 Apr 01Richmond Theatre, Outer London :: V327
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1 Mar 01 to 2 Mar 01Haymarket Theatre, Leicester :: V431
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23 Feb 01 to 24 Feb 01Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910
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9 Feb 01 to 10 Feb 01Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972
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23 Nov 00 to 25 Nov 00Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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18 Oct 00Victoria Theatre, Halifax :: V969
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26 Sep 00 to 27 Sep 00Guild Hall and Charter Theatre, Preston :: V524
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21 Sep 00 to 23 Sep 00Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester :: V489
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T0883056861

A packed programme of four breathtaking works that capture a new mood of fluid, flawless performance.
4 Mar 99 to 5 Mar 99Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
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4 Mar 99 to 5 Mar 99Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
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3 Nov 98Victoria Theatre, Halifax :: V969
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19 Sep 98Sherman Theatre, Cardiff :: V824
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31 Jul 98 to 1 Aug 98The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
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25 Apr 98 to 29 Apr 98Southbank Centre, West End :: V423
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T0460661386

Us Must Trust Us, Peregrinations, 3 and the Last Word
1 Mar 99Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
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1 Mar 99Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
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T01767971399

Templates of Glory, Unbroken, Dwight and Chasing the MoonChoreographer Mark Baldwin. Choreographer Stephen Derick. Choreographer Dwight Rowden. Choreographer Thea Nerissa Barnes.
24 Feb 99 to 25 Feb 99Guild Hall and Charter Theatre, Preston :: V524
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24 Feb 99 to 25 Feb 99Guild Hall and Charter Theatre, Preston :: V524
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T1951807169

White Picket Fence is choreographed by [Darshan Singh Buller], Eve's Reflection, which includes live soprano sax, by [Pamela L JohnsonCovering Ground by Shapiro and Smith.
22 May 97 to 23 May 97The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
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15 May 97 to 16 May 97MacRobert Arts Centre, Stirling :: V642
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13 Mar 97 to 15 Mar 97Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854
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21 Nov 96 to 23 Nov 96Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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11 Apr 01 to 12 Apr 01Darlington Hippodrome (formerly Civic Theatre), Darlington :: V562
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20 Feb 01 to 21 Feb 01Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910
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6 Feb 01Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
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17 Nov 99Victoria Theatre, Halifax :: V969
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8 Oct 99 to 9 Oct 99Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910
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29 Jun 99 to 30 Jun 99New Victoria Theatre, Woking :: V709
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8 Jun 99Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V161
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27 May 99 to 28 May 99Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90
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15 Apr 99 to 19 Apr 99Southbank Centre, West End :: V423
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11 Mar 99 to 12 Mar 99Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury :: V674
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16 Feb 99 to 20 Feb 99Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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16 Feb 99 to 20 Feb 99Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
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4 Jan 99 to 6 Jan 99Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester :: V489
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20 Feb 98 to 21 Feb 98Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910
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21 Oct 97 to 22 Oct 97Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury :: V674
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16 Apr 97 to 17 Apr 97The Hexagon, Reading :: V734
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