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In rehearsal with Louise Bennett for Central's Summer Performance

Calendar Posted 1 July 2019

Rehearsals continue this week for Central's Summer Performances.

Pictured is Louise Bennett rehearsing her work Twin Figures with Central's first year students, ahead of the performances at the Bloomsbury Theatre on July 18 and 19.

Louise is delighted to be revisiting Twin Figures and to be re-developing and expanding the piece for a new cast of dancers. Louise explains "'Twin Figureswas made for Ballet Central in 2009, in collaboration with a cast of nine dancers. We created the piece through word-based choreographic tasks and our collective response to Martinů's dynamic and energetic Cello Sonata. We found that small narratives evolved within a neo-classical structure."

Twin Figures is one of seven pieces of repertoire that will form Central's annual Summer Performance. This is a chance to see over 100 dancers from all three year groups perform a variety of classical and contemporary repertoire.

Book tickets now online, or call the Box Office on 020 3108 1000.

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