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Dance games from Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker at Sadler’s Wells

Plus: some dazzlingly good entertainment from the Dutch National Ballet’s Junior Company at the Linbury Studio

7 June 2014

9:00 AM

7 June 2014

9:00 AM

Vortex Temporum

Rosas, Sadler’s Wells

Mixed Programme

Junior Company, Dutch National Ballet, Linbury Studio

Forget the pedantic classifications of genres, styles and schools. When it comes to dance performances, it all boils down to two kinds: those that make one think and those that entertain. Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker is a veteran of the first category. Since 1983, the year she founded her company Rosas, she has used the choreographic idiom to explore and question other areas of culture and performance-making.

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