Britain'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. A Tragedy of Fashion
- In 1926 Rambert's Founding Choreographer, Sir Frederick Ashton, choreographed A Tragedy of Fashion
. This new version by Ian Spink makes reference to the original plot of fashion, art and suicide but also highlights Ashton's creative influences in the 1920s. Linear Remains
- Created by Rambert's Associate Choreographer, Rafael Bonachela, this is a fine example of his free-flowing approach to movement that fizzes with kinetic energy. Five Brahmas Waltzes in the Manner of Isadora Duncan
- Choreographed for Rambert in 1976, this beautiful solo for a female dancer has been revived to mark the centenary year of its creator, Sir Frederick Ashton. Elsa Canasta
- Created by Javier De Frutos, Elsa Canasta
is a genuine crowd-pleaser. Love, in all its forms, is explored here and sexual chemistry bursts out of this vibrant and witty interpretation of Cole Porter's music and lyrics. (Not suitable for children). Rambert Dance Company - A Tragedy of Fashion/Linear Remains/Five Brahms Waltzes in the Manner of Isadora Duncan/Elsa Canasta website
.Company Rambert Dance Company. Choreographer Ian Spink (A Tragedy of Fashion). Choreographer Rafael Bonachela (Linear Remains). Choreographer Frederick Ashton (Five Brahms Waltzes). Choreographer Javier De Frutos (Elsa Canasta).