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20:30 at Sadler's Wells
Taylor-Gaunt's very fun, quite silly, & rather naughty dance sensation; this new comedy gleefully subverts some of the best-loved pieces of classical music in ways you've never thought of them before.

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19:30 at Sadler's Wells
On this hallucinatory rollercoaster you’ll be swept along by the intense emotions and collective euphoria of a committed party crowd, their innermost selves laid bare through intoxicating movement.

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20:00 at Southbank Centre
Delving deep into the psyche of her native Belfast, dancer and choreographer Oona Doherty presents a searing evocation of the city’s streets, in simple yet revealing imagery and visceral physicality.

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19:30 at The Place
Knocking the socks off audiences globally, Guerin’s sharp, elegant choreographic investigations reflects the dilemmas of negotiating with oneself & others in a world of pressure & reduced resources.

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19:30 at Queen Elizabeth Hall
A troupe of clowns do their unlevel best to get along and pass the time. Expect fights, music, sweat and bright light, the comical and the tragic.

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19:30 at The Yard Theatre
Oona Doherty's solo performance bursts with fury, swagger and humanity, Hope Hunt shatters facades, dismantles stereotypes and finds beauty on the periphery.

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19:45 at Purcell Room
This is the story of a man, a woman and a duck. Part philosophical monologue, part whimsical dance performance, wholly original.

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19:30 at Sadler's Wells
Maliphant and his company of dancers explore the poetry of connections between our internal and external worlds, and how they affect the very act of movement.

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19:30 at Bernie Grant Arts Centre
Becky Namgauds, Ffion Campbell-Davies and tyroneisaacstuart, Thēo Inart and Jonzi D individually turn their gaze on society through four highly personal short dance works.

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20:00 at Sadler's Wells
Chosen by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker as her choreographer of the future for Dance Umbrella’s Four by Four commissions, Georgia Vardarou plays with the parameters of dance in a startling solo.

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