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Running time: Act 1 - 7:30pm-8:20pm, 20 Minute Interval, Act 2 - 8:40pm-9:40pm
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18+
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Dance Consortium presents
International ballet superstar Carlos Acosta’s critically acclaimed Cuban company Acosta Danza has garnered an unrivaled reputation for creating work that combines both classical and contemporary genres effortlessly, infused with Cuba’s rich musical and dance influences. The company returns with a programme of new and existing exceptional works.
Back by popular demand are, Paysage, soudain, la nuit by visionary Swedish choreographer Pontus Lidberg and Impronta, which was created specially for Acosta Danza by Spanish choreographer Maria Rovira. Making their UK premieres are Hybrid, by the award-winning Cuban Norge Cedeno, Liberto by Acosta Danza dancer and choreographer Raul Reinoso, and De Punta a Cabo by Alexis Fernandez, set against the backdrop of the coast of Havana.
The Venue reserves the right to refuse admission to any customer who does not comply with our current Terms & Conditions of entry, this also includes any Covid-related conditions that may be introduced by the Venue in line with government guidance. Refunds will not be given under these circumstances.
All tickets £15 for Tuesday & Wednesday 7.30pm performances.
All tickets £15 for school groups of ten or more for Tuesday & Wednesday 7.30pm performances with one free seat for the group booker. Please contact our Group Sales team to book.
Groups of 8+
All £30 & £26 tickets only £22 for Tuesday & Wednesday 7.30pm performances for groups of 8 or more. Please contact our Group Sales team to book.
Groups of 20+
All £30 & £26 tickets only £22 for Tuesday & Wednesday 7.30pm performances for groups of 20 or more with one free seat for the group booker. Please contact our Group Sales team to book.
“Generous of spirit, explosive, full of charisma.”Evening Standard
“Acosta’s 14 dancers hail from Cuba. It’s gratifying to see how much pleasure they take in moving, and how readily they respond to a choreographer’s vision.”
“This is an ensemble worth seeking out for its strength, buoyancy and versatility.”The Times
Tuesday 15 February – Free Post-Show Discussion with the company, following the evening performance.