Sadler's Wells Touring Productions

Natalia Osipova

Coronavirus update

Like many arts organisations around the world, some of our national and international touring schedule has been cancelled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

If you have booked a ticket to a Sadler’s Wells production on tour, your best point of contact is the local venue. If your booking is for Sadler’s Wells Theatre or The Peacock and you are looking for information on cancellations please READ MORE.

Our thoughts and sympathy are with all those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. We thank you for your understanding and support as we all work through this difficult time. If the performance you were hoping to see has been cancelled, we hope to welcome you back to a theatre near you soon

Sadler's Wells is a world-leading creative organisation based in London committed to the making of dance, with over three centuries of theatrical heritage. Since 2005, Sadler’s Wells has created award-winning dance productions, co-productions and touring projects in collaboration with its portfolio of Associate Artists, as well as international dance companies and partners.

These include Russell Maliphant’s multi award-winning production PUSH with Sylvie Guillem; Crystal Pite’s Polaris with Thomas Adès; Gravity Fatigue, directed by fashion designer Hussein Chalayan; Sutra by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and sculptor Antony Gormley; Michael Keegan-Dolan’s Swan Lake/ Loch na hEala; productions by Carlos Acosta’s company Acosta Danza; Natalia Osipova’s Pure Dance; Botis Seva’s Olivier Award winning BLKDOG and William Forsythe’s A Quiet Evening of Dance.

Sadler’s Wells plays a significant role in the development of dance, bringing innovative and inspiring works to worldwide audiences. In the last 15 years, it has created 56 productions that have been enjoyed by over 2 million people in 48 countries. Sadler’s Wells productions have toured to some of the most prestigious theatres and festivals around the world, such as the Sydney Opera House, the Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival in New York, the National Centre for Performing Arts in Beijing, Chekhov International Theatre Festival in Moscow and Santiago a mil Festival in Chile. 2020 saw the world premiere of two new major productions: Message In A Bottle, a Sadler's Wells and Universal Music UK production by Kate Prince, based on the songs of Sting and Enter Achilles by Lloyd Newson, co-produced with Rambert; and in development is The Rite of Spring / common ground[s] in partnership with the Pina Bausch Foundation and École des Sables, Senegal.

A full calendar of the tour dates is available here, please do take a look and find out which productions are coming to a theatre near you!

Sadler's Wells is a world-leading creative organisation based in London committed to the making of dance, with over three centuries of theatrical heritage. Since 2005, Sadler’s Wells has created award-winning dance productions, co-productions and touring projects in collaboration with its portfolio of Associate Artists, as well as international dance companies and partners.  

These include Russell Maliphant’s multi award-winning production PUSH with Sylvie Guillem; Crystal Pite’s Polaris with Thomas Adès; Gravity Fatigue, directed by fashion designer Hussein Chalayan; Sutra by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and sculptor Antony Gormley; Michael Keegan-Dolan’s Swan Lake/ Loch na hEala; productions by Carlos Acosta’s company Acosta Danza; Natalia Osipova’s Pure Dance; Botis Seva’s Olivier Award winning BLKDOG and William Forsythe’s A Quiet Evening of Dance.  

Sadler’s Wells plays a significant role in the development of dance, bringing innovative and inspiring works to worldwide audiences. In the last 15 years, it has created 56 productions that have been enjoyed by 2.2 million people, with over 2,500 performances given at 388 venues in 48 countries. Sadler’s Wells productions have toured to some of the most prestigious theatres and festivals around the world, such as the Sydney Opera House, the Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival in New York, the National Centre for Performing Arts in Beijing, Chekhov International Theatre Festival in Moscow and Santiago a mil Festival in Chile. 

2020 saw the world premiere of two new major productions: Message In A Bottle, a Sadler's Wells and Universal Music UK production by Kate Prince, based on the songs of Sting and Enter Achilles by Lloyd Newson, co-produced with Rambert; and in development to premiere in 2021 is The Rite of Spring/ common ground[s] in partnership with the Pina Bausch Foundation and École des Sables, Senegal.

"If you could pick up a dance piece, turn it inside out and look at the label, the words 'Made at Sadler's Wells' would be a guarantee of quality. Since 2005, the north London theatre has been a hotbed of dance creativity, commissioning and supporting some of the world's finest choreographers to make work”. The Scotsman 

 

"The Wells has kept pace with the widening parameters of the art form, launching festivals of hip hop, flamenco and Indian dance. Significantly, too, it has recast itself as a producing house, brokering inventive collaborations such as Sutra, in which Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and Antony Gormley joined forces with the Shaolin monks on a journey through myth and martial arts; or PUSH, in which the spectacularly contrasted talents of Sylvie Guillem and Russell Maliphant achieve a rare, burnished chemistry"
JUDITH MACKRELL, THE GUARDIAN (Review of the Decade) 

"If you could pick up a dance piece, turn it inside out and look at the label, the words 'Made at Sadler's Wells' would be a guarantee of quality. Since 2005, the north London theatre has been a hotbed of dance creativity, commissioning and supporting some of the world's finest choreographers to make work.

Eight years later, those residing outside London can finally see what they've been up to. This is thanks, largely, to the man who turned Sadler's Wells into a theatre that produced work (rather than just showed it) shortly after coming into post in 2004: chief executive and artistic director, Alistair Spalding"
THE SCOTSMAN
Photo: Natalia Osipova: Pure Dance (c) Johan Persson
 

We're thrilled to welcome you back to our theatres. In line with Government guidance, we're removing social distancing, but you can read more on how we're continuing to prioritise health and wellbeing during your visit.

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