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Them, the first half of the show, is created through a unique, collaborative choreographic process by the BalletBoyz company dancers. The piece explores the individuality that resides within each dancer and the versatility of movement which the company has always been known for. Them proves to be an exciting culmination of the experience the company has gained after 20 years of working with leading choreographers, designers, composers and artists.
Tony and Olivier Award-winning choreographer Christopher Wheeldon concludes the evening with Us, exploring human connections and culminating in the tender duet which premiered in 2017 to public acclaim. Featuring all BalletBoyz dancers, the piece presents the company at its powerful best.
Set to contrasting scores by artist Keaton Henson and composer Charlotte Harding, this inventive double bill asks where we see ourselves in relation to the “other,” and explores the fine balance between them and us.
Fourteen Days (Stage)
Fourteen Days is a thought-provoking exploration about the methods artists employ to create their work. Given just fourteen days, 4 internationally acclaimed choreographers worked with 4 world-renowned composers to make 4 new commissions that challenge and stimulate both the audience and the dancers. Highlighting the diversity of styles and approaches, the show plays with the concept of balance and imbalance and proves to be an exciting, varied programme of dance and music.
Choreographer Javier de Frutos paired up with composer Scott Walker to create The Title is in the Text, choreographer Iván Pérez made Human Animal together with composer Joby Talbot, and choreographer Christopher Wheeldon teamed up with composer Keaton Henson to create Us. The final piece, The Indicator Line, was made by choreographer Craig Revel Horwood with music by composer Charlotte Harding.
Young Men (Film)
Shot on location in France, the film follows soldiers experiencing the brutality of the First World War in a captivating hybrid of drama and dance, combining the music of composer Keaton Henson and the choreography of Iván Pérez. In 2017 the film won the Rose d'Or and Golden Prague awards.
Includes the director’s commentary as well as the Making Of Young Men documentary.
'A project of high ambition, superbly executed on screen by a rare combination of imaginative choreography, exciting camerawork, evocative lighting and powerful music.'
Young Men (Stage)
Life. premiered on 20th April 2016. Featuring two commissions by choreographers Pontus Lidberg and Javier de Frutos, it takes a powerful and often humorous look at life and death.
Music by Henryk Görecki and a brand new commission from Ben Foskett.
'They look tremendous. They are tremendous. A daring, skilled creation.'
Recorded at Sadlers Wells Theatre, London during their hugely successful spring tour in 2013, it features Liam Scarlett’s work Serpent, and Russell Maliphant’s Fallen with music by Max Richter and Armand Amar.
theTALENT 2012 download is now available. Recorded on tour, it features Russell Maliphant’s TORSION, Paul Roberts' ALPHA with haunting music by Keaton Henson and for the first time on DVD, Jarek Cemerek’s VOID.
The performance Naked, a blend of film and contemporary dance is a modern tale of love, betrayal and revenge; six characters whose fates are forever entwined by a moment of irresistible desire that leads to fury and retribution. Using a contemporary dance language developed by the award -winning choreographer Russell Maliphant it features music by Murcof.
Filmed during their last performance of the season, the DVD includes a special Directors' commentary where Nunn and Trevitt talk about their experiences of creating their first full length production.
DVD’s are Region 2.
Parkinson's CAN Dance
To mark the Boyz twentieth year of working together, Encore was designed to celebrate the diversity of contemporary dance with a selection of different works by choreographers Will Tuckett, Charles Linehan, Liv Lorent and Rafael Bonachela.
'Michael Nunn and Billy Trevitt’s virtuosity is something to behold.' - Independent on Sunday