Two international companies present a second Linbury programme to mark the Merce Cunningham Centennial. Amala Dianor performs Somewhere in the Middle of Infinity, in which three dancers test borders and boundaries as hip hop, African and contemporary dance clash with creative force. CCN – Ballet de Lorraine performs two works. For Four Walls explores the fluid interactions between past and present, taking inspiration from a 1944 collaboration between Cunningham and composer John Cage. Cunningham’s Sounddance (1975) completes the programme with an ‘organized chaos’ and frenetic energy that challenges concepts of symmetry and conformity in the idea of ballet itself.
Part of Dance Umbrella 2019. This is a Dance Umbrella production in partnership with The Royal Ballet.
Amala Dianor is supported by the Institut français as part of France Dance UK
There is lift access from the main foyer to the Linbury Theatre Foyer. The entrances to the Linbury Theatre are from the Upper Circle level, and customers must descend to their seating area via stairs or a lift. Lift access to seating in the Linbury Theatre is from auditorium right only (right-hand entrance and on your right-hand side as you face the stage). We recommend seating on the right-hand side of the auditorium for those who require level access or minimal stairs. The left-hand side of the auditorium can involve many stairs. There are six wheelchair spaces in the Linbury Theatre. Find out more about accessing the Linbury Theatre.