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Wayne McGregor | Random Dance – Far

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A Resident Company of Sadler’s Wells, Wayne McGregor | Random Dance present the world premiere of FAR. Read More >

A Resident Company of Sadler’s Wells, Wayne McGregor | Random Dance present the world premiere of FAR.

Wayne McGregor’s dynamic style and ground-breaking collaborative approach across dance, film, music, visual art, technology and science has seen him create a string of unique, interdisciplinary works over the years. His latest work FAR is no exception.

Danced by an ensemble of ten incredible performers and the finest exponents of McGregor’s singular style, FAR is set to a new, haunting score by electronic superstar Ben Frost.

A prolific dance maker, and the first Resident Choreographer of The Royal Ballet to come from contemporary dance, in the past year alone McGregor has delivered world premieres for New York City Ballet, Stuttgart Ballet and The Royal Opera House. He has choreographed movies (Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire) and created headlining sets for Glastonbury. In 2011, McGregor will make his debut with the Bolshoi Ballet.

Theatregoers younger than five will not be admitted to Wayne McGregor | Random Dance – Far.

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Important Dates & Timing

Opening Night: 17/11/2010

Closing Night: 20/11/2010

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