Why See Rambert: Ghost Dances and other works?
The esteemed Rambert dance company bring their famed interpretation Christopher Bruce's beguiling 1981 work Ghost Dances back to London in 2017, marking the production's first outing in 14 years. A masterpiece of contemporary dance, this evocative tribute to South American oppression leads a Latin-American infused triple bill that includes Didy Velman's The 3 Dancers and a new work from Aletta Collins.
Drawing on traditions such as The Day of The Dead and Latin folk tales and music, Ghost Dances a powerful presentation that keeps the audience in its grasp as it winds expertly through themes of love, death, sadness and compassion.
The Three Dancers
Aletta Collins and Arturo Marquez
Opening night: 16 May 2017
Two hours and five minutes including two intervals
And before you stop reading
Please note, Matinees will include a shorter programme, with a special introduction, running one hour and 20 minutes including one interval. Schools Matinees: Thursday at 13:30
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