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The relationships between women and men – seduction, happiness and misery, physical and mental fragility – are explored in the inimitable style of the great Pina Bausch. In each life-affirming scene dancers tell stories, flirt, fight, decry, seduce and abandon each other.
Revelling in life's inherent humour, Pina Bausch's unique concept of dance theatre creates beautiful, ambiguous imagery that mixes glamour and movement with a raft of recurring props – from water and fruit to chairs and dirt – creating ever-changing visual collages that balance on a knife-edge between reality and surrealism.
One of her final works, Sweet Mambo is an exciting combination of solos and ensemble dances, gentle gestures and sumptuous costumes as dreams, sorrows and anecdotes unfold.
The remarkable and much missed Pina Bausch leaves a glorious legacy in her exuberant work
Independent on Sunday, Festival 2010
She made you thrilled to be human
- Audio described:Monday 25 August 7.15pm
- Running time:2 hours and 30 minutes approximately
Pina Bausch Director and choreographer
Peter Pabst Set designer
Marion Cito Costume designer
Matthias Burkert and Andreas Eisenschneider Musical collaboration
Marion Cito, Thusnelda Mercy and Robert Sturm Collaboration
Lutz Förster Artistic director
Dirk Hesse Managing director
Photo: Oliver Look
This event was part of a previous International Festival and is therefore unavailable to book.
The 2017 International Festival programme will be announced on Wed 15 March. Tickets will go on sale to everyone on Sat 25 March.
|Grand circle:||£32 £28 £23 £18|
|Stalls:||£32 £28 £23 £18 £12 £10|
|Balcony:||£18 £12 £10|
|Under 18s:||50% off|
|Young Scot cardholders:||50% off|
|Senior citizens:||50% off|
|Unemployed people:||50% off|
|Equity/MU cardholders:||50% off|