Royal Opera House Guide to Deloitte Ignite 2014
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Kim Brandstrup's film Leda and the Swan, featuring Zenaida Yanowsky, Tommy Franzen and Fiona Shaw
5–28 September | Royal Opera House. Phlegm is an international street artist who paints entirely in black and white
4 | 5 | 6 | 8 | 13 | 14 | 20 | 21 | 27 | 28 September from 2pm Covent Garden Piazza | East side
6 | 7 September from 12 noon Linbury Studio Foyer
6 September 12noon–5.30pm 7 September 12noon–4.30pm (Last entry 3.15pm)
5 | 6 September at 7pm 7 September at 6pm Linbury Studio Theatre (and relayed live into the Paul Hamlyn Hall)
6 | 7 September from 12noon Paul Hamlyn Hall
William Bulter Yeats's poem is one of the key reference works for Deloitte Ignite 14
Two poems, one written in the 2nd century BC and the other at the end of the 20th century AD, have influenced the creation of the works in Deloitte Ignite 14
In addition to the artwork that will be installed around the Royal Opera House during Deloitte Ignite 14, there will be a number of talks, discussions, poetry and dance pieces to enjoy during the opening weekend.
Two stunning works by photographer and video artist Mat Collishaw will be on display on the Grand Staircase Grand Staircase | 5 September from 6pm | 6 September from 12 noon
Video artist Bill Viola presents his work 'Fire Martyr' (2014) in the Crush Room
On the escalators from the Paul Hamlyn Hall to the Amphitheatre Bar you can hear the flight of Bewick and Whooper swans in migration
As part of Deloitte Ignite 2014, former Royal Ballet dancers Michael Nunn and William Trevitt bring their award-winning troupe to the Linbury Studio Theatre for the first time with an all-new programme.
Discover the various stages in the choreographic process through open rehearsals and demonstrations 6 | 7 September with Royal Ballet Soloist Kristen McNally and then 9 September with Royal Ballet First Artist Ludovic Ondeiviela