Rambert dancers present work at Resolution 2016
Rambert is delighted to be a partner organisation for Resolution 2016 at The Place and provide the opportunity for two of our Company dancers to present their work at the annual festival for new dance.
Simone Damberg Würtz will present her latest work bravery on Saturday 9 January alongside work by Leila Bakthali and Keren Smail, and #PPL Dance.
Pierre Tappon will present his solo Wall on Saturday 23 January alongside work by Joel and Pete, with Inky Cloak, and The Company.
Having presented a number of workshop performances by our dancers over the years, Rambert’s choreographic development programme has a strong connection with The Place. We are therefore very excited to be a partner for Resolution this year, as it gives us the chance to deepen our relationship with The Place and provide more opportunities for emerging choreographers to present their work.
To book visit The Place website.
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