Sadler's Extras

Here you will find talksclasses and visual art exhibitions as well as ground-breaking work by artists pushing the boundaries of dance. 

 

 



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    Classes & Workshops


     
    Elixir Festival

    Elixir Festival Workshops
    Sunday 14 September

    A series of workshops that are part of the Elixir Festival, a celebration of lifelong creativity and the contribution of older artists.






     
     
    DMD+

    DMD+
    Sunday 28 September, 2 - 3:30pm
    £4

    Creative Deaf Dance workshop, combining sign-language and dance. Suitable for young deaf people aged 12-25.






     
     
    DMD+

    Candoco Dance Company
    Sunday 16 November, 3 - 6pm
    £10

    Workshop introducing the work of Candoco Dance Company. Suitable for disabled and non-disabled young dancers aged 13+ and families.






     
     
    Magpie Dance

    Magpie Dance
    Friday 16 January, 2015
    3.45pm – 5.45pm
    £4

    A contemporary dance workshop including advice on auditions, apprenticeships and careers in dance. Suitable for: aspiring dancers aged 18 – 30 with learning disabilities.






     

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    Talks & Conferences


     
    Elixir Festival — The Art of Age Conference

    Elixir Festival — The Art of Age Conference
    Monday 15 September

    A one day conference featuring contributions from artists, choreographers and leaders in culture, health and performance research.

     
     
     
    Mette Ingvarsten

    Mette Ingvartsen
    Thursday 18 September at Platform Theatre, post-show

    The Danish choreographer on the UK premiere of her unorthodox new work. Free to same day ticket holders. BSL interpreted.

     
     
     
    Royal Swedish Ballet

    Mats Ek - Royal Swedish Ballet
    Thursday 25 September

    Sadler's Wells Artistic Director Alistair Spalding in conversation with Mats Ek. Free to same day ticket holders. BSL interpreted.

     
     
     
    Seeta Patel

    Seeta Patel
    Friday 26 September, post-show

    The first of two Wild Card events in the season, Seeta Patel will be in conversation with Mavin Khoo about her evening and the context of Indian classical dance in the UK. Free to same day ticket holders.

     
     
     
    Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir

    Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir
    Thursday 2 October, post-show

    The Icelandic performance artist discusses her work as part of the Northern Light season. Free to same day ticket holders.

     
     
     
    Maija Hirvanen

    Maija Hirvanen
    Friday 10 October, post-show

    Representing Finland in the Northern Light season Maija Hirvanen discusses this visually arresting performance piece. Free to same day ticket holders.

     
     
     
    TAO Dance Theatre

    TAO Dance Theatre
    Wednesday 22 October at 12pm in the Kahn Lecture Theatre

    A free artist talk in the Kahn Lecture Theatre. To reserve a place please call Dance Umbrella on 020 7089 6271.

     
     
     
    Thomas Adès: See the Music, Hear the Dance

    Karole Armitage, Crystal Pite, Wayne McGregor & Alexander Whitley
    Friday 31 October

    Alistair Spalding hosts a discussion between the four choreographers in the epic new Sadler’s Wells production. The artists will discuss their approaches to Adès music and how the music was selected, as well as the considerations of creating dance for Adès distinctive style of contemporary composition. Free to same day ticket holders. BSL interpreted.

     
     
     
    zero visibility corp.

    zero visibility corp.
    Tuesday 11 November, post-show

    Featuring the company’s artistic director, on remounting this much-loved piece. Free to same day ticket holders.

     
     
     
    Akram Khan & Israel Galván

    Akram Khan & Israel Galván
    Monday 3 November

    Dance artist Akram Khan and flamenco dancer and choreographer Israel Galván join Alistair Spalding for a discussion focusing on the making of TOROBAKA. The discussion will explore the challenges and opportunities in bringing their two worlds and disparate styles together. Free to same day ticket holders. BSL interpreted.

     
     
     
    Rambert

    Rambert
    Wednesday 19 November at 6.30pm

    BSL-interpreted talk by Artistic Director Mark Baldwin in the main auditorium.

     
     
     
    Rambert

    Rambert
    Friday 21 November at 6.30pm

    Music talk by Music Director Paul Hoskins and Rambert Orchestra in the main auditorium.

     
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