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Dance

An awesome and hilarious display: Rambert's Rooms reviewed

17 April 2021

9:00 AM

17 April 2021

9:00 AM

Rambert: Rooms

rambert.org.uk

Impermanence Presents: One More Edit

bristololdvic.org.uk/whats-on/impermanence-one-more-edit, until 25 April

Social distancing continues to put the kibosh on large-scale productions, but Jo Stromgren has a nifty workaround in Rooms, which sees Rambert’s 17 dancers tackle 100 characters between them, giving the impression of a huge ensemble piece. The new show — part dance, part theatre — remakes the same few rooms over and over to present 36 ‘choreographic miniatures’, each with its own elaborate set-up.

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