LightSpace - Michael Hulls

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LightSpace is Michael Hulls' installation which takes the audience on stage, bathing them in light and giving them an idea of what it feels like to be a performer. Created in collaboration with video designer Jan Urbanowski and composers Andy Cowton and Mukul, it pays homage to the humble tungsten bulb and explores the psychotropic way that light affects our mood.

The Royal Ballet principal will dance a handpicked programme of classical and contemporary works, including Antony Tudor’s The Leaves are Fading and Roy Assaf’s newly extended Six Years Later, alongside three pieces that have been specially commissioned for this programme, duets by Alexei Ratmansky and Iván Pérez, and a solo by Yuka Oishi.
Osipova will be joined on stage by a very special guest, American Ballet Theatre principal David Hallberg, who will also perform a specially commissioned solo by Kim Brandstrup.
★★★★ “Radiant choreography of light and sound” 
THE GUARDIAN

A Sadler's Wells Production