BalletBoyz take tour to Sadler’s Wells

10:28 01 March 2013

BalletBoyz Ed Pearce and Adam Kirkham

BalletBoyz Ed Pearce and Adam Kirkham

HUGO GLENDINNING

ALL-MALE dance troupe BalletBoyz are set to get pulses racing when they showcase two new works at Sadler’s Wells this month.

The award-winning company has captivated audiences with their stage and screen performances, and now they are back touring their new show The Talent 2013.

This will feature two dance pieces, Serpent and Fallen, by internationally celebrated choreographers Liam Scarlett and Russell Maliphant, which reflect the varied skills and abilities of the ten young performers.

BalletBoyz was co-founded by former Royal Ballet lead dancers Michael Nunn and William Trevitt in 2001. Since then the company has won widespread public and critical acclaim at home and abroad.

The Talent 2013 runs at Sadlers Wells in London from March 8 to 13 with tickets priced between 16 Pound and 24 Pound. For more information call 0844 412 4300 or visit www.sadlerswells.com

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