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Stomp’s performers use everything including the kitchen sink – literally – to create a show that’s taken the West End by storm. Masterly percussion blends with thrilling dance routines and comedy moments in a West End show that delights audiences every night, inspiring people of every age and walk of life to just… give it a go!
Meat Loaf est un des groupes de musique les plus populaires au monde, avec plus de 80 millions d'albums vendus au cours de leur carrière. Cette carrière est désormais célébrée sur la scène londonienne avec Bat Out of Hell, un musical qui se produira au London Coliseum à partir de l'été 2017. Pour tous ceux qui aiment le rock!
The magnificent London Coliseum is your venue for the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic musical Carousel, the second musical written by the legendary duo and apparently their favourite. First written in 1945, it's a clever adaptation of the 1909 Ferenc Molnár play Liliom, transplanted from its original Budapest setting to the craggy Maine coastline in the USA.
A tragic story of jealousy, vengeance and sacrifice, Rigoletto is one of Verdi’s most popular operas. Jonathan Miller’s much-loved ‘Mafia’ production makes a welcome return to the ENO stage, relocating the action to New York’s Little Italy in the 1950s
A swashbuckling farce of brilliant humour and razor-sharp wit, Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance makes for the perfect night out. Chock-full of memorable melodies, it includes the famous tongue-twisting patter song from the Major-General and the cowardly Police Sergeant’s ‘When a felon’s not engaged in his employment’.
Flamenco superstar Eva Yerbabuena is renowned internationally as being one of Spain’s leading dancers. Accompanied by four dancers and her critically acclaimed ensemble of musicians, including African guest singer Alana Sinkëy, she delivers an unforgettable tour de force performance in her brand new show.
Richard Alston’s newest creation comes to Sadler’s Wells as part of a triple bill. Chacony is inspired by the richness and nobility of Henry Purcell’s slow and weighty Baroque Chaconne, and Britten’s tribute to it. This extraordinary music will be played by an onstage string quartet.
Following the Grammy Award nominated success of INALA, a Zulu ballet performed with Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Sisters Grimm return with the tale of a water spirit from the Amazon River, who ventures deep into the rainforest in search of a cure for her dying sister. She soon finds that the forest is not as abundant as it was.
A Sadler's Wells favourite returns, in this classic tango production. With a cast of over 30 dancers and singers, Tanguera tells a story of unrequited love in the early 20th centrury Buenos Aires. When Giselle, a young French woman, arrives in Argentina as one of the first waves of European immigrants, she meets Lorenzo, a port worker who falls in love with her at first sight. But as Giselle falls deeper into Buenos Aires' seedy underworld, Lorenzo must fight to win her love.
Consumed by his desires, Casanova lived every minute in a whirlwind of scandal and excess. But there’s more to the man. This original ballet will expose a story so sensational you won’t believe it’s real.
Elizabeth of Valois is promised in marriage to Don Carlos of Spain, as part of a peace treaty between the two kingdoms. They meet and fall in love – but no sooner have they declared their love than news comes that the terms of the treaty have changed: Elizabeth is to marry Carlos’s father Philip instead.
Following the award-winning Polaris (Thomas Ades: see the music, hear the dance), this piece from Sadler's Wells Assocate Artist Crystal Pite cements her place as one of the most inventive choreographers working today.
Rudolf, the emotionally unstable Crown Prince of Austria-Hungary, is forced to marry Princess Stephanie against his will. His former lover Marie Larisch procures him a young new mistress, Mary Vetsera – who shares his obsession with death.
Mary meets Rudolf at the hunting lodge Mayerling. They make love. He shoots her, and then kills himself. The royal family desperately covers up the tragedy.