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Thu 31 Jan
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Creators of Pina Bausch-inspired international hit Smashed, ‘the kings of juggling’ (Libération) present the eagerly anticipated final part of a trilogy of dialogues between sophisticated juggling and dance languages.
After excursions into ballet with 4x4: Ephemeral Achitectures and Bharatanatyam dance in Sigma, Gandini Juggling joins forces with Sadler’s Wells New Wave Associate, Alexander Whitley, (The Royal Ballet, BalletBoyz, Rambert, Birmingham Royal Ballet) to take object manipulation and contemporary dance into new territories.
Featuring five jugglers and four dancers, with special guest appearance from juggling wonderkid Wes Peden, Spring explores the nature of colour in a kaleidoscope of deconstructed rhythms and patterns. It’s spectacular, fun, funky, complex and performed to an original, ‘baroque meets techno’ score by leading London composer, Gabriel Prokofiev, with lighting by multi-award winning designer, Guy Hoare.
Spring will be Gandini Juggling’s debut main stage production at Sadler’s Wells.
"So clever it would make your head hurt if it weren’t at the same time so joyous, exhilarating and transporting… a dazzling mix of colour and precision"
"Spring is an utterly lovely work, just the right length and a perfect example of gesamtkunstwerk’"
"An exuberant, irrepressible manifestation of colour and rhythm for which the creators have joined forces in a coordinated gasp of elemental wonder"
Writing About Dance
Gandini Juggling & Alexander Whitley
Presented in partnership
with Sadler's Wells
photos: Simon Carter, Martin McLaughlin
Co-produced by Cambridge Junction, London International Mime Festival, Plateforme 2 pôles Cirque en Normandie / La Brèche à Cherbourg et le Cirque-Théâtre d’Elbeuf
Supported by Arts Depot, Arts Council England, Birmingham Hippodrome, Lighthouse Poole, CIRCa Pôle National des Arts du Cirque, Theater op de Markt Dommelhof