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Nuthouse Stomp

Choreographer: Leigh Warren
Composer: Turner Layton, Leo Wood
Lyricist: Henry Creamer
Recording artist: Fats Waller, Kid Punch Miller
Set designer: Bob Ringwood
Costume designer: Bob Ringwood
Lighting designer: Richard Caswell
World premiere: 9 Mar 1978, Ballet Rambert, Sadler's Wells Theatre, London
Production note: Bob Ringwood is credited as 'design'.
Music title: After You've Gone (Layton/Creamer, 1918); Somebody Stole My Gal (Wood, 1918); Baby Have a Dream of Me
Music details: Recorded music: RCA 741-112 and Herwin 108 C1679
Source: Programme and reference file in the Rambert Archive
Archive catalogue: WORK/0286

Performances

Date ↿⇂ Programme ↿⇂ Venue ↿⇂
9 Mar 1978
Evening
Ancient Voices of Children | Laocoon | Nuthouse Stomp* | Black Angels Sadler's Wells Theatre, London
18 Jan 1979
Evening
Echoi* | Praeludium | Nuthouse Stomp Arts Centre, University of Warwick, Coventry
1 Jul 1980
Evening
Ziggurat | Preludes and Song* | Nuthouse Stomp Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham
5 Feb 1981
Evening
Landscape | Paper Sunday | Figures of Wind* | Nuthouse Stomp Opera Theatre, Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester
10 Feb 1981
Evening
Preludes and Song | Paper Sunday | Room to Dance* | Nuthouse Stomp Haymarket Theatre, Leicester
6 Mar 1981
Evening
Figures of Wind* | The Rite of Spring: Pictures of Pagan Russia* | Nuthouse Stomp Sadler's Wells Theatre, London
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