Michael Clark Company
Triple Bill

21 - 30 November 2013 / 19:45

£16 - 42

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'There is nothing in dance quite like a work by Michael Clark. Each piece he makes is as unmistakable as a Jackson Pollock painting or a Warhol screen print' Telegraph ★★★★

'The dancers are formidable, and the lighting and costumes are transfixing' Guardian ★★★★

‘a rigorous combination permanently splashed by an abiding interest in punk and alt-pop culture’ Times ★★★★

'Spare and delicate, its austere aesthetic pulses with alien beauty as dancer’s criss cross the stage… [an] exhilarating triple bill' Daily Express ★★★★

'They’re ravishing… By the end, Clark’s focused exercises have developed their own punk flourish.' Independent ★★★★

'Euphoric' said the public; 'exhilarating' reported the press; 'but wait,' exclaimed the choreographer, 'there's more to come'.

Michael Clark Company stunned audiences at the Barbican last year with a double bill of diametrically opposed works, suggesting two sides of a vinyl recording set to a soundtrack by Relaxed Muscle and Scritti Politti.

This autumn sees Clark, a Barbican Artistic Associate, add a third dimension for a variation on his 2012 double bill. A beginning, a middle and an end. But in what order?

'The joy comes from the aesthetic collision of music and movement' Independent

This performance is set to tracks by Pulp, Relaxed Muscle, Scritti Politti and Sex Pistols.

Approx 1 hour 40 mins/including intervals

Choreography by Michael Clark
Lighting by Charles Atlas
Costumes by Stevie Stewart, Michael Clark and Richard Torry

30 Nov
Weekend Lab
A one-day workshop led by long-term company dancer, Kate Coyne.

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Commissioned by the Barbican

Co-produced by the Barbican, Michael Clark Company, Maison des Arts de Créteil, Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg and Tramway, Glasgow

Michael Clark Company is supported using public funding by Arts Council England


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