Five years in our home on London’s South Bank
On our fifth anniversary of being in Rambert’s bespoke building, we take the opportunity to highlight all that we have to celebrate
When Rambert’s brand new, state-of-the-art building was opened by Her Majesty The Queen in 2014, it was a significant landmark in Rambert’s history. Moving from our Chiswick studios where the company had been based for 40 years, we established ourselves on London’s South Bank, one of the UK’s most important cultural hubs, set by the Thames alongside icons like the National Theatre, BFI and the South Bank Centre.
But it’s when you step inside Rambert’s building that you appreciate it as a centre of creativity, innovation, community and wellbeing. With five dance studios, a costume design room, a gym, an osteopathy and sports massage clinic, meeting rooms, an office and an archive, there is a lot on offer behind our concrete walls.
Here’s a look at what’s inside…
First and foremost, our building is the central base for the world-class dancers of the Rambert company and our young ensemble, Rambert2. Inside our studios, our dancers take on the great dance works from our 90-year repertoire, which are then performed on stages all over the UK, and internationally.
Alongside these revivals, renowned choreographers from all over the globe come to our studios to create, innovate and showcase their best work. Our ambition is to be the world’s most exciting dance company, and our custom built studios help to make this a reality. It’s here that we can create radical, inspiring, thought-provoking dance. Dance that matters.
Find out when we’re next performing here.