If you tried out the gymnastic rings at the Hayward's 'Move' exhibition last year, then you've already taken part in a William Forsythe work. The stage is a more conventional setting for the influential choreographer but there's little else conventional about his work. 'I don't believe in outer space' is Forsythe's latest piece to come to London, looking at the very nature of existence and described as 'a weirdly comical series of farcical variations on a tragic theme'.
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