Rambert’s Rooster set to strut again after 13 years to the sound of The Rolling Stones

Rambert’s Rooster set to strut again after 13 years to the sound of The Rolling Stones

Hard on the heels of The Rolling Stones headlining at Glastonbury at the weekend, acclaimed dance company Rambert announced the long-awaited revival of Christopher Bruce’s Rooster, an electrifying 1960-celebration set to their music.

The piece is one of a triple bill of stylish works to be performed at His Majesty’s Theatre in Aberdeen from Wednesday to Friday, February 12 to 14 as part of a UK tour.

Christopher is recognised as one of the country’s best loved living choreographers who has created many works for Rambert and for Nederlands Dans Theater, Houston Ballet and Cullberg Ballet and has had a long-term association with the English National Ballet and the Houston Ballet.

He was awarded the CBE in 1998 for a lifetime’s service to dance.

The February performances will also feature a striking new work by former artistic director of Scottish Ballet Ashley Page and a Scottish première by one of America’s most celebrated choreographers, Barak Marshall.

Rambert’s unrivalled variety of performances, world class dancers and critically acclaimed orchestra have delighted audiences and critics alike for 87 years.

Tickets for Rambert at His Majesty’s Theatre go on sale today (Monday) and are available online at www.boxofficeaberdeen.com, by phone at 01224 641122 and at Aberdeen Box Office at the Music Hall and His Majesty’s Theatre.

Posted on Monday 01 July

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