BalletBoyz: DeluxeCANCELLED - Mon 30 - Tue 31 March 2020
Following Government advice, the theatre will be closed to the public until further notice. Unfortunately, this means that these performances will no longer be able to go ahead. If you have already booked your tickets, our Box Office will be in touch with you directly, using contact details provided at the time of booking. Find up-to-date information here.
You can now watch BalletBoyz: Deluxe online! Sadler’s Wells have share the performance for free on their Facebook page, which you can watch here. The video will be available to watch until Thu 2 April. Deluxe has also been chosen as part of the programming for the BBC’s Culture in Quarantine series and will be available on BBC 4 and iPlayer (broadcast date TBC). Spanning television, radio and online platforms, Culture in Quarantine will give the nation extraordinary access to shuttered exhibitions, performances and museums, a virtual book festival and much more besides. Find out more.
Tue matinee 2.30pm
There’s a treat in store for Spring; BalletBoyz are back! Get ready to meet Joey, Ben, Harry, Liam, Sandi and Will – the six exceptional young dancers who star in this feast of mesmerising and sublime dance, cleverly fused with the BalletBoyz trademark use of film and behind the scenes footage.
Celebrating it’s 20th Anniversary with this brand new show, winners of numerous awards in the UK and overseas, BalletBoyz are one of the most cheekily original and innovative forces in dance, thrilling audiences and critics with their distinctive style which blends achingly beautiful dance both exhilarating and graceful, with stunning music and film.
Deluxe features work by some of the world’s most exciting and innovative artists, including choreographer Xie Xin, composer Jiang Shaofeng, Punchdrunk’s Maxine Doyle and jazz musician and composer Cassie Kinoshi of the Mercury-nominated SEED Ensemble.
“It doesn’t matter what they dance. The result is always the same — fantastic”
“Contemporary dance, boy band-style… Dance at its most riveting and fearless”
The Independent on Sunday