On Tour – Promotor Information

At Rambert we combine major new large-scale work with the showcasing of the latest new voices from around the world. Our artistic programme demonstrates year-on-year a commitment to diversity of voices, in line with our house rule “Everything starts with Diversity and Inclusion”.

If you’re interested in booking one of our productions, we’d love to hear from you.

Fran Moseley
Director of Producing

Our current season includes:

Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby

Written and adapted for the stage by Peaky Blinders’ creator Steven Knight, Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby is a dance theatre show directed and choreographed by Rambert’s Artistic Director Benoit Swan Pouffer. The production will feature our 20 Rambert dance company on stage, and a live band playing specially commissioned music.

More info on Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby

Draw from Within

Draw from Within began life in 2020 as a live digital broadcast and was an instant hit. Now reworked to be performed in a theatre, our brilliant dancers rip and roll through contrasting, vivid theatrical worlds. Some dream worlds, some full-on nightmares, some sweet and funny. Choreographed and  Directed by Wim Vanderkeybus.

More info on Draw from Within

Aisha and Abhaya

Aisha and Abhaya is directed by London-based film director Kibwe Tavares, in his first work for theatre. This potent and atmospheric piece combines Tavares’ visually stunning film and animations with choreographer Sharon Eyal’s fierce, pulsating choreography.

More info on Aisha and Abhaya

Dance (Mixed Programme)

  • Eye Candy – Imre van Opstal and Marne van Opstal
  • Following the Subtle Current Upstream – Alonzo King
  • (Untitled) –  Ben Duke new commission

Dance introduces Eye Candy, the work of Marne and Imre Van Opstal to stages around the UK after their Rambert Home Studio debut in 2021, alongside the first UK staging of the work of Alonzo King, one of the USA’s most recognised choreographers whose ballets have been staged on major companies such as San Francisco Ballet and Royal Swedish Ballet over the past 40 years. The evening ends with the UK’s Ben Duke, nominated for an Olivier Award for his first collaboration with Rambert in 2017 and following the works subsequent international success. Ben returns on a piece that combines his interests in theatre, comedy and the individual stories of the Rambert dancers.

More info on Dance

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