RAMBERT’S new ensemble, made up of 13 of the world’s best young dancers chosen from 800 applicants after an open audition, comes to Bristol Old Vic from Thursday 6th to Saturday 8th June.
The performance features Grey Matter, a new dance work from Benoit Swan Pouffer, the company’s guest artistic director, with original music by electronic and dancehall artist Gaika and fashion duo Cottweiler.
The evening also includes two works that launched the international careers of their choreographers: E2 7SD, a duet by Sydney Dance Company artistic director and former Rambert dancer Rafael Bonachela, and Killer Pig by Israeli dance star Sharon Eyal, a group work showcasing her intense and distinctive movement style.
Bristol performances start at 7.30. For more details visit the website,
www.bristololdvic.org.uk or telephone 0117 987 7877.