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Fri 8 Feb 1985, 7.30pm, Palace Theatre, Manchester

An Occasion for Some Revolutionary Gestures

Choreographer: Dan Wagoner
Composer: Michael Sahl
Premiere type: World premiere

Performers

Dancer Catherine Becque
Dancer Lucy Bethune
Dancer Amanda Britton
Dancer Frances Carty
Dancer Mary Evelyn
Dancer Cathrine Price
Dancer Siobhan Stanley
Dancer Diane Walker
Dancer Mark Baldwin
Dancer Christopher Carney
Dancer Michael Hodges
Dancer Bruce Michelson
Dancer Robert Poole
Dancer Ian Stewart
Solo Piano Christopher Swithinbank

Wildlife

Choreographer: Richard Alston
Composer: Nigel Osborne

Performers

Dancer Robert Poole
Dancer Michael Hodges
Dancer Siobhan Stanley
Dancer Amanda Britton
Dancer Lucy Bethune
Dancer Christopher Carney
Conductor Nicholas Carr
Flute Michael Taylor
Clarinet Glenn Martin
Horn Peter Francomb
Trumpet Allen Wilson
Harp Helen Tunstall
Percussion Martin Allen
Violin Ann Hooley
Viola Kate Musker
Cello Anthony Hinnigan
Double Bass Lynda Houghton
Bass Guitar James Woodrow

Entre Dos Aguas

Choreographer: Robert North
Composer: Simon Rogers, Paco de Lucia

Performers

Dancer Catherine Becque
Dancer Amanda Britton
Dancer Frances Carty
Dancer Cathrine Price
Dancer Siobhan Stanley
Dancer Diane Walker
Dancer Mark Baldwin
Dancer Michael Hodges
Dancer Bruce Michelson
Dancer Albert van Nierop
Dancer Robert North
Conductor Nicholas Carr
Guitar/Bass Guitar James Woodrow
Cuatro/Bass Anthony Hinnigan
Guitar Beverley Reynolds
Guitar Mark Stokl
Synthesizer Christopher Swithinbank
Percussion Martin Allen
Source: Programme, publicity materials, and stage manager's report for 8 February 1985 (evening) in the Rambert Archive
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