As we reach our company’s 10th Anniversary we are delighted to announce our 2020 programme, Love Games, an inspiring evening of five different works with music reaching from classical to electronic partially performed live.
New English Ballet Theatre is especially excited to announce that they will be performing in The Royal Ballet’s Next Generation Festival (previously named the Young Talent Festival).
Friday 19th June: Crescent Theatre, Birmingham
Friday 26th June: Thameside Theatre, Grays
Tuesday 30th June & Wednesday 1st July: Linbury Theatre, Next Generation Festival
Sunday 5th July: Cheltenham Music Festival, Parabola Performing Arts Centre
About the show:
Life is a relationship game. Sometimes there are many other players, sometimes only one, and sometimes you’re on your own. Daniela Cardim’s Vertex, premiered by NEBT in 2016 to critical acclaim, is a spirited, dynamic response to Camargo Guarnieri’s music and the mesmerising drawings of Ann Christopher RA.
The shifting patterns and pairings of Ruth Brill’s Domino suggest a game of human dominoes. As they explore personal connections, the dancers’ different qualities shine through.
Rosamunde by Morgann Runacre-Temple is set to a modern arrangement of Schubert’s ‘Rosamunde Quartet’ by composer Tom Lane, playing with ideas of revealing and concealing.
Peter Leung’s All in passing explores the way relationships shift and morph as time passes, intertwined with an atmospheric electronic score by composer Nicholas Robert Thayer.
Unbridled Blood by Érico Montes is a playful response to Beethoven’s famous ‘Moonlight Sonata’, performed at Cheltenham Music Festival only in celebration of the composer’s 250th anniversary.
Choreography: Wayne Eagling
Music: Claude Debussy
Costume Design: Wizzy Shawyer
Choreography: Daniela Cardim
Music: Camargo Guarnieri
Designs: April Dalton
Projected drawing by Ann Christopher RA
Choreography: Ruth Brill
Music: Ryuichi Sakamoto
Choreography: Morgann Runacre-Temple
Music: composition and arrangement by Tom Lane; excerpts from Franz Schubert
All in passing
Choreography: Peter Leung
Music: Nicholas Robert Thayer
Choreography: Érico Montes
Music: Ludwig van Beethoven