Statement from Rambert – 2 April 2021
2 April 2021
We’re so very grateful to the Arts Council England and DCMS to again have been awarded a grant from the Culture Recovery Fund.
This allows us to start touring again from May, beginning with live performances in Plymouth. After a 14 months hiatus – the longest gap in Rambert’s 94-year history – we can’t wait to return to the stage and meet our audiences around the country again.
This funding also means we can continue to deliver bespoke online experiences at Rambert Home Studio, bringing inspiration, ambition and belief to even more people including those who might not be able to meet us in a theatre, our studios or a community setting. We’re excited to continue to innovate and increase our reach online at the same time as returning to the stage.
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