Scottish Ballet make their Linbury Theatre debut with a programme of contrasting works. Angelin Preljoçaj’s MC 14/22 (Ceci est mon corps) brings together the spiritual and physical through Tedd Zahmal’s music. This piece demonstrates the strength and dexterity of the body. Sibilo, choreographed by Sophie Laplane, is inspired by everyday emotions and situations. This piece celebrates the power and versatility that dancers display through movement.
MC 14/22 (Ceci est mon corps) features sex, violence and sexual violence.
ChoreographerAngelin Preljocaj and Sophie Laplane
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