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Archive listings for Barrowland Ballet

Work type: Dance or ballet.

Wolves - T1752097905

World Premiere. How dangerous is it to stray from the path, and who is it dangerous for? The nurturing family and community of the wolf pack is set against the dangers of the big bad wolf, in a playful world that sways between littered and tidied, wild and domesticated. Barrowland Ballet premi?re their latest production Wolves performed by an intergenerational cast of dance artists including older performers, teenagers and children. Wolves looks at the moral guidance given across generations; from morality tales told throughout history to cautionary tales of the present day. This is the latest in a series of large-scale intergenerational dance theatre productions presented by Barrowland Ballet and follows on from the huge success of The River presented as part of the Commonwealth Games Culture 2014 programme and Bunty and Doris, 2013.Choreographer Natasha Gilmore. Director Natasha Gilmore. Music Luke Sutherland. DramaturgGill Robertson. Costume Alison Brown. Performer Mairi Campbell (musician).
23 Feb 18Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633
listing details L01969894470
18 Mar 17The Tramway, Glasgow :: V621
listing details L1006906416

Poggle - T1954275307

Mischief maker, Maker of fun. Tumble tumble, Tickle my tum. Beasties beasties, Buzzing bees. Poggles not scared of climbing trees. Splash splash, Squelch in mud. Creeping crawling, Chasing bugs. Vince wants to explore the forest but he's too scared to go on his own. Until one day he meets Poggle, a friendly creature who takes him on an adventure exploring the forest and the magical musical tree. A funny, sensory dance theatre piece with live music, clapping rhythms and bubble popping throughout! Created by Natasha Gilmore with the company.Music Daniel Padden. Sound Daniel Padden. Performer Daniel Padden.
10 Nov 17 to 11 Nov 17Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff :: V1984858935
listing details L0469883446
17 Sep 17The Riverfront, Newport :: V088145899
listing details L01787618870
29 Dec 16 to 30 Dec 16Southbank Centre, West End :: V423
listing details L1684641950
11 May 16Platform, Glasgow :: V1148048035
listing details L1406905298

Little Red - T01493350176

Somewhere in the dark, dark woods a little spark of red is making her way... For this year's festive family show Tramway joins forces with Barrowland. Ballet, the team behind internationally successful productions Tiger and Tiger Tale, to reimagine Little Red Riding Hood through dance theatre. A funny, dizzy-inducing thrill ride through Grimms' classic fairytale, Little Red is a perfect seasonal treat for anyone aged 7 and over.
1 Dec 15 to 23 Dec 15The Tramway, Glasgow :: V621
listing details L72842939

Tiger Tale - T02071174549

Bored and lonely Poppy longs for someone to play with, mum is too busy cleaning and never goes outside, dad is always working striving for success. Then their worlds are turned upside down when a tiger comes to stay. Bringing chaos, danger and an awful lot of fun their guest slowly reminds them what it is they love about one another. Sometimes everyone needs a tiger in their lives. Co-created by Natasha Gilmore and Rob Evans.Music Kim Moore.
23 Oct 15 to 24 Oct 15The Lilian Baylis Theatre, Inner London :: V236
listing details L01953968881
26 Aug 15 to 27 Aug 15Pavilion Theatre, Worthing :: V726
listing details L608991165
5 May 14 to 7 May 14Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh :: V605
listing details L1432493485
25 Oct 13 to 26 Oct 13The Tramway, Glasgow :: V621
listing details L655393233
20 Sep 13Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633
listing details L652101714

Tiger - T582284024

Tiger is an extended version of Tiger Tale with even more thrills and deep drama suitable for adults, whereas Tiger Tale is a family friendly adventure. Whichever one you choose, both shows are highly captivating and display dramatic dance like never seen before. The audience will feel the intensity of every movement and moment as they watch the family's story unfold from the outside looking in. The dancers make the thrilling complexities of choreography look effortless as it is perfectly synced with the live music.
26 Aug 15 to 27 Aug 15Pavilion Theatre, Worthing :: V726
listing details L732592179

Whiteout - T0416713804

World Premiere. Acclaimed choreographer Natasha Gilmore (Tiger, The River) explores bi-racial relationships with honesty and humour in this visually-rich new dance theatre show. Featuring musical compositions from Mogwai's Luke Sutherland and dramaturgy from Candice Edmunds (Dragon).
8 May 15Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633
listing details L931733482
29 Apr 15 to 30 Apr 15The Tramway, Glasgow :: V621
listing details L01005925025

Conversation with Carmel - T1475276536

Carmel is turning 80. Share in her stories, secrets and family relationships in this visionary piece of dance, theatre and film inspired by the chaos of family gatherings. A Conversation with Carmel fuses the talents of some of the UK's most exciting dance, music, theatre and screen artists plus an ensemble cast drawn from across the local community. Recommended age 5+
5 Jun 13The Tramway, Glasgow :: V621
listing details L2078111290

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