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Rambert Dance Company - Death Trap archiveBritain's biggest and most exciting touring dance company who often tour two programmes at a time. Dancing to a mixture of musical styles they provide enormously watchable evenings. Rambert are masters of dance theatre where the dance is exceptional and the theatre delivers irresistible stories. Death Trap is an evening of two short works by Lost Dog Dance's Ben Duke, known for his storytelling that reveals the absurd, the savage and funny. Cerberus is an adaptation of the Greek myth Orpheus and Eurydice, a bittersweet musing on myth where dance is literally a matter of life and death. Goat is inspired by the music and spirit of Nina Simone with a live on-stage band performing her iconic songs including 'Feelings', 'Feeling Good' and 'Ain't Got No/ I Got Life'. Rambert Dance Company - Death Trap website.

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Company: Rambert Dance Company
Choreographer: Ben Duke

Rambert Dance Company - Death Trap

Rambert Dance Company - Death Trap (Dance or ballet) production archive for QTIX code T842989422. Details of all Rambert Dance Company - Death Trap archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S887

Archive Listings

24 Apr 24
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25 Apr 24
Theatre Royal
Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
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18 Apr 24
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20 Apr 24
The Lowry
Salford, Greater Manchester
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1 Mar 24
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2 Mar 24
Hall for Cornwall
Truro, Cornwall
Performance Details => Venue archive
22 Nov 23
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25 Nov 23
Sadler's Wells Theatre
Inner London, Greater London
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2 Nov 23
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4 Nov 23
Theatre Royal
Bath, Bath & North East Somerset
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Reviews

Reviews


User Review: 25Apr24:

Saw Death Trap this evening at Theatre Royal Newcastle and have never been more disappointed. Wonderful Dancers, Great Musicians BUT leave the acting to actors who we can hear. The nauseating dialogue was a complete distraction from the dance and did the designer go home at half time and leave us with white Y Fronts to distract from the dance? Bring back the spirit of Christopher Bruce, bring back the joy and flair of Dame Marie and be a Dance Company. Do what you do well. The camera work and the MC were an unfunny device that contributed nothing but a distraction. We are now nervous of coming to see Rambert again.


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