Rambert Revealed at South Bank

Rambert Dancer Carolyn Bolton (c) Benedict Johnson

Rambert Revealed: 6 – 12 November 2017

New additions to this year’s programme include a live drawing workshop and a residency from ERRATICA, who will spend a month at Rambert developing the prototype for an interactive dance film installation titled For Amusement Purposes Only.

Visitors are invited to play the prototype, consisting of a vintage pinball machine that generates dance videos with movement created and performed by Rambert’s dancers.

Rambert Dancer Hannah Rudd (c) Alex Harvey-Brown
Rambert Dancer Hannah Rudd (c) Alex Harvey-Brown

The programme also sees the launch of The Playground, a new platform by Rambert dancer Simone Damberg Wϋrtz. The Playground is a monthly event for performers and creatives interested in exploring new ideas to come together at the Rambert studios to share, develop, discuss and dance in a creative space.

Rambert Live returns for its third year, giving exclusive behind the scenes access to the dancers’ daily class, rehearsals of new work in the making, a cross-industry discussion about dance in schools and live studio performances in the evening.

The livestream will be shown on the Rambert website and Facebook page and will be available to watch after online.

Rambert Dancer Lucy Balfour (c) Alex Harvey-Brown
Rambert Dancer Lucy Balfour (c) Alex Harvey-Brown

Simone Damberg Wϋrtz on launching The Playground:

‘As a dancer keen to develop my choreographic practice, I’m really excited about this opportunity for people from different artistic backgrounds to meet in the amazing space at the Rambert studios, without an agenda except being creative together. I hope this opportunity to play and develop artistically will help artists explore new ideas in a fun and creative environment.’

Booking details at rambert.org.uk/revealed