Ballet Black

Ballet Black

September 2017
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Ballet Black returns to the Playhouse with a bold and stunning new triple bill of dances having delighted Oxford audiences with their programme here last summer.

Full of fiery emotion and edgy choreography, Martin Lawrance’s Captured is brought to life by four dancers, set to a Shostakovich string quartet.

French choreographer, Ludovic Ondiviela, presents Dopamine (you make my levels go silly), a beautiful pas de deux about love, lust and passion with an original score created by acclaimed British composer, Fabio D’Andrea.

The evening is concluded with a new take on a wellloved story as Red Riding Hood is given a surprising twist by South Bank Award winner, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa.

  • Wed 4 Oct 7:30 PM £25.00/£20.00/£15.00/£10.00 | Members' discount: 25% off

Book Tickets

  • Wed 4 October 7:30 PM

Age guideline: 7+

  • Dash, daring and joie de vivre.
       
    Guardian on Ballet Black
  • A funny, gutsy spin on the traditional fairytale that’s clearly a riot to dance.
       
    Guardian on Red Riding Hood
  • Company on a mission dazzle with seductive twist on a fairy tale.
       
    Evening Standard on Red Riding Hood

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  • Oxford Playhouse Choir

    Thu 28 Sep, Thu 12 Oct, Thu 26 Oct & Thu 9 Nov

    Join the Playhouse's fun and friendly singing group to learn and strengthen your vocal technique.  Led by musical maestro Matt Winkworth, you will explore a variety of styles including musical theatre, folk and pop.  The group will work towards a performance as part of the Christmas Light Festival in November.

  • The Man I Live With

    Tue 19 - Wed 20 Sep

    Like when you’re drunk? No, like when you’re dead.  Returning to Burton Taylor after a sell-out performance this January. Intimate, darkly humorous and often downright absurd, The Man I Live With (formerly named I Stop to Understand) introduces us to seven couples connected by friendship, love and conflict.  Marines and their partners try to talk about war and ask how they'll ever repl...

  • The Wipers Times

    Wed 20 - Sat 23 Sep

    Ian Hislop and Nick Newman’s The Wipers Times tells the extraordinary true story of the satirical newspaper created in the mud and mayhem of the Somme. In a bombed out building during the first world war in the Belgian town of Ypres (mis-pronounced ‘Wipers’ by British Soldiers),two officers discover a printing press and decide to create a newspaper. Defying both authority and gas attac...

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