Richard Alston Dance Company @ Theatre Royal
Friday 22 February 2019, 7pm - 9:30pm
Norwich Theatre Royal
£4.00 (Book now!)
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Richard Alston has been making dance for 50 years. Celebrate his half-century with a trip to see his trademark lyrical choreography performed by undoubtedly one of the world's best dance ensembles.
The evening centres around exciting World Premieres by Richard Alston and associate choreographer Martin Lawrance. Alston's Brahms Hungarian is set to the hugely popular Brahms pieces, featuring live solo pianist Jason Ridgway, where the dancers are carried along by fast steps and an abandoned fervour. Detour, Lawrance's new work, set to Michael Gordon's pulsing Timber, will be a companion piece to a celebratory revival of the beautiful Proverb, one of Alston's most telling choreographies set to the vocals of Steve Reich.
Please note that you will need to make your own way to the theatre and meet our DSD ambassador in the theatre foyer at 7pm. They will give you your tickets. You will also need to make your own way home after the show.
Normal price to see the show is £8. DSD price £4. Please note that bookings must be made via the DSD website and not Norwich Theatre Royal, in advance, to get this speical rate.
We cannot refund your ticket once we have purchased them with Norwich Thetare Royal. Please book by Monday 18th Feb 2019.
Please book your place above. Where possible, we will try to give a 100% refund if 1 weeks’ notice of cancellation is given. Please note that with off campus trips a refund might not be possible, unless another student takes yours place?.
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