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RAMBERT LABYRINTH OF LOVE TOUR 2013

13 – 16 March 2013

The multi award-winning Rambert Dance Company returns to Mold with the Labyrinth of Love Tour 2013.

RAMBERT LABYRINTH OF LOVE TOUR 2013

RAMBERT LABYRINTH OF LOVE TOUR 2013

‘If you love dance, you will adore Labyrinth.’ **** Sunday Express

 ‘A wise balance between classics and novelties… Not to be missed.’ **** 
Mail on Sunday

 ‘The most classical, muscular, versatile contemporary troupe in Britain.’ **** Daily Telegraph

Rambert, Britain’s favourite dance company, returns to Mold this spring with four spectacular works featuring world-class dancers, visually compelling theatre and inspiring live music by the Rambert Orchestra.

At the heart of the programme is a brand new commission, Labyrinth of Love, by Irish choreographer Marguerite Donlon and Grammy Award-winning composer Michael Daugherty. Featuring striking video imagery and love poems sung on stage by soprano Kirsty Hopkins, this visually stunning piece takes audiences on a humorous and heartbreaking journey through the joy and pain of love. 

The performance also features Tim Rushton’s heart-stopping and athletic Monolith, Merce Cunningham’s seminal work Sounddance and Richard Alston’s witty and sharp solo Dutiful Ducks

Sign language interpreted performance will take place on Saturday 16th March at 7.30pm

£19.50, £18, £16, £13 (concs £2 off top 2, excl. Sat),

Schools/students (5 or more, only on Wed & Thu) £7.50.

Family ticket (3-6 people, max 2 adults £21-42 - limited availability)

Thursday Insight Matinee £17.50, £16, £14, £11.  Concessions £2.00 off top 2 prices.

FREE pre-performance talk (BSL interpreted) 13 March 6.30pm in the Cinema (Tickets available from  Box Office 0845 330 3565)

Running Times 2 hours 15 mins (Insight Matinee 1 hour 45 mins)

 

★★★

“The clean, lyrical, semi-classical lines of Paul Taylor's Roses suit Rambert dancers perfectly” – Sunday Express

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