Rambert2

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Rambert2 is a new group of the world’s best young dancers, coming together to showcase the most exhilarating and fierce choreography around today.

This new ensemble will be performing a pair of works that launched the international careers of their choreographers: E2 7SD by Sydney Dance Company Artistic Director, and former Rambert dancer, Rafael Bonachela and Killer Pig by Israeli dance superstar Sharon Eyal. The ensemble will also perform Grey Matter, a new creation by Benoit Swan PoufferRambert’s newly appointed Artistic Director.

Rambert is world famous as Britain’s original contemporary dance company. Rambert2 takes the company’s reputation for bold moves with technical virtuosity, and introduces a new generation of dancers.

 

Post Show: Saturday 9 March

This performance is part of Dancin' Oxford. Join Dancin' Oxford's end of festival celebration in the Foyer Bar dancing to a DJ set, it's FREE.

Duration: 1 hour 50mins with interval

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Choreography by Rafael Bonachela, Sharon Eyal and Benoit Sawn Pouffer

Age guideline: 12+

Full Circle and Enjoy get 50% off a pair of tickets for opening night

This performance is part of Dancin' Oxford

 Post Show: Saturday 9 March - Join Dancin' Oxford's end of Festival celebration in the Foyer Bar dancing to a DJ set, it's FREE.

  • Eyal’s dances are at once sexy, strange and fragile. They conjure a weird and seductive world.
       
    New York Times
  • One of the hottest names in dance.
       
    Guardian on Rafael Bonachela
  • It’s exactly the kind of work a young company like Rambert2 should be doing: edgy, cool, challenging, excellent.
       
    Guardian
  • The dancers are as impressive as you would imagine, with technical chops and a measure of attitude.
       
    Guardian
  • Made up of 13 newly-graduated dancers from around the world, Rambert’s new junior company is a blazingly talented troupe.
       
    Stage

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