Now in their 22nd year, Cassa Pancho’s Ballet Black return to Oxford Playhouse with a new double bill, HEROES.
Award-winning choreographer, Mthuthuzeli November contemplates the purpose of life in The Waiting Game, his exciting and energetic work about the meaning of life originally created in 2020, infused with a dynamic soundtrack featuring the voices of the Ballet Black artists.
Sophie Laplane, the Franco-British artist and Choreographer in Residence at Scottish Ballet, creates a new piece for Ballet Black, after her dazzling 2019 BB ballet, CLICK! Laplane’s new work explores the complexity of humanity, heroism and self-acceptance in this celebratory and original piece.
Please see important booking information below.
Dates & times:
Friday 12 April at 8.00pm
Saturday 13 April at 7.30pm
Age guidance: 7+
This show includes bad language and sexual references.
90 minutes, including an interval.
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