Bold moves from BalletBoyz

PUBLISHED: 10:00 31 January 2013

BalletBoyz.

BalletBoyz.

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A BOLD new show from the internationally popular BalletBoyz will hit the stage of the Theatre Royal Bath on Sunday.

Following their triumphant UK and international appearances on stage and screen, BalletBoyz will perform their brand new show Talent 2013.

Critics are calling the latest show as ‘unforgettable’ and the production features 10 exceptional young dancers, who will present an exhilarating evening, fusing spectacular dance with music and film.

It will also première two new dance pieces, Fallen and Serpent, by internationally celebrated choreographers, Russell Maliphant and Liam Scarlett.

Fallen, the latest work by Russell Maliphant, is a hypnotic and entrancing display of grace and power featuring a specially-composed score by award-winning French cinema composer Armand Amar.

Serpent, Liam Scarlett’s first commission for BalletBoyz, is a beautiful study of unison, featuring a haunting score by acclaimed UK composer Max Richter.

BalletBoyz is one of the most original and innovative forces in modern dance and the brainchild of former Royal Ballet lead dancers, Michael Nunn and William Trevitt. They have been dancing together for nearly 25 years and have thrilled audiences and dance critics all over the world with their award-winning repertoire.

The 10 dancers performing in the Talent 2013 show are Taylor Benjamin, Andrea Carrucciu, Flavien Esmieu, Martyn Garside, Adam Kirkham, Jordan Olpherts, Edward Pearce, Leon Poulton, Matthew Rees and Matthew Sandiford.

BalletBoyz will perform at the theatre at 7.30pm. Tickets, priced £17.50-19.50, are available from the box office on 01225 448844 or via at www.theatreroyal.org.uk


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