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Lazuli Sky

  • Dance, Ballet
Lazuli Sky, Sadler's Wells, 2020
Photo by Nina Dunn, James Simpson and Samuel Wyer

Time Out says

This dance triple bill from Birmingham Royal Ballet is the first big dance show back in the social distancing era

To be blunt, there is very, very, very little live dance around at the moment. There are very few works whose existing choreography works for the age of social distancing. But here’s something made specially: following a run in the Second City, Birmingham Royal Ballet calls in at Sadler’s Wells with ‘Lazuli Sky’, a new work by Will Tuckett for 12 dancers – commissioned by new BRB boss Carlos Acosta – that forms the centrepiece of a triple bill that also includes Vicente Nebrada's ‘Our Waltzes’ and Valery Panov’s ‘Liebestod’. This is almost certainly the only large-scale live dance show you’ll be able to see in a London theatre in 2020, so book in now if you’re game.


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