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Venue: Sadler's Wells London

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AddressRoseberry Ave, London EC1R 4TN
United Kingdom
ContainsSadler's Wells Theatre
Sadler's Wells: Peacock Theatre
Google maps51° 31' 38.658" N 0° 6' 24.869" W
November 2022
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Matinee performance
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LondonEk / Forsythe / Quagebeur

Blake, Various
Mats Ek; William Forsythe; Stina Quagebeur; English National Ballet; Marie-Louise Ekman; Linus Fellbom
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De Keersmaeker’s career-long exploration of the interrelationship between music and movement continues at Sadler's Wells with pianist Pavel Kolesnikov.
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Carlos Acosta's Don Quixote hits the road with a successful London residency at Sadler's Wells.
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Helen Pickett's slick and revealing adaptation of Arthur Miller's play receives its London premiere at Sadler's Wells. 
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A mesmerising performance of one of modern dance's greatest works is such a feast for the senses that 37 minutes feels as if a whole evening passes by.
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At Sadler's Wells, Kyle Abraham’s new work is visually splendid with glittering moments but without any coherent form. 
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A diverse and entertaining triple bill from Rambert

Rambert presents an excellent cohort of expressive dancers, but the programme lacked an overall wow factor.
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Northern Ballet's Casanova returns to seduce London audiences

Kenneth Tindall's Casanova is a rare example of an excellent British ballet on a grand scale, the most effective coup de théâtre coming in a momentous finale.
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