'The company, who are in superlative form, let rip in its choreography' Judith Mackrell, The Guardian * * * *
Following BalletBoyz latest hit tour Life which came to Brighton Dome in 2016, they return with four new works and an audience favourite.
BalletBoyz are celebrated world-wide for their stunning performances on stage, in film and TV, and have a reputation for exceptional technique and innovation.
In four new works making up the first part of the evening, choreographers Javier de Frutos, Craig Revel Horwood, Iván Pérez and Christopher Wheeldon were teamed with composers Scott Walker, Joby Talbot, Charlotte Harding and Keaton Henson and each given just fourteen days to create their pieces. Playing with the concept of balance and imbalance, the result is a dynamic and varied programme of dance and music.
Fallen forms the second half of the evening, choreographed by Russell Maliphant and set to a powerful score by French film composer Armand Amar. Fallen won the National Dance Award for Best Modern Choreography in 2013.
'BALLETBOYZ LOOK TERRIFIC…in tip-top shape, as evidenced by this mixed bill of mostly new choreography. With one outstanding performance after another, it doesn’t seem to matter what they dance. The result is always the same — fantastic.'
The Times * * * *
'A perfect balance of fluid footwork and brash fun…A treat'
Evening Standard * * * *