Fresh from the whirlwind success of their critically adored Peaky Blinders tour, Rambert returns to The Lowry from Thu 18-Sat 20 Apr with Death Trap, a captivating collaborative production packed with customary daring and their unique brand of breathtaking physicality.

Full of originality and dark humour, Rambert and Lost Dog Artistic Director Ben Duke present a meta dance comedy which navigates the turbulence of life and death across two thrilling works.

In Duke’s Cerberus, dance becomes a literal matter of life and death, in which the group of talented performers don funeral couture to offer a bittersweet meditation on the myths, narratives and connections we create on our way to the grave.

Goat draws choreographical inspiration from the music and spirit of Nina Simone, featuring an array of her timeless songs including Feelings, Feeling Good and Ain’t Got No/I Got, Life, performed by a live on-stage band.

For tickets to the latest unmissable live performance from Britain’s oldest dance company in partnership with Ben Duke, click here.

Age rating 12+. Contains themes of death and partial nudity.

Check out the trailer below.

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Thu 18 Apr - Sat 20 Apr, 7.30pm, The Lowry,
Pier 8, Salford Quays, Salford, M50 3AZ
, Tel: 0161 876 2000, From £18
Wolf McFarlane
Published on:
Tue 2 Apr 2024