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    Return To Heaven

    • SHOWING
    • 05 Feb -
      08 Feb 2020
      05 Feb - 08 Feb 2020
    About

     

    Written, Directed & Choreographed by Mark Bruce
    Costume Design Dorothee Brodrück
    Lighting Design Guy Hoare
    Set Design Phil Eddolls

    Multi award-winning Mark Bruce Company bring their flair for vivid story-telling (Dracula, The Odyssey, Macbeth) to a dark new captivating tale drawn from popular culture and ancient Egyptian myth. Dance theatre at its most potent. 

    Bruce and his astonishing company of dancers pull you into a cinematic love story full of the rich and visceral imagery that has become their trademark. Presenting a hallucinatory nightmare of unleashed demons, sinister scientists and supernatural forces, two adventurers (Dane Hurst, Eleanor Duval) tumble into a waking dream of a land beyond time and death. Imagine the world of Indiana Jones as viewed through the lens of David Lynch, set to a soundtrack ranging from Penderecki to Lanegan.

    Hypnotic, poignant and intricately choreographed, Return to Heaven is a beautiful horror, laced with the darkest of humour.

    • RUNNING TIMEApprox 1hr 40mins (inc interval)
    • AGE RECOMMENDATION12+
    • TICKETSFrom £12 (tickets and prices subject to availability)
    • VENUE

    7.30pm

    AGED 16-26? TICKETS JUST £10
    Available in advance on price bands B and C. Subject to availability.

    MULTIBUYS
    Book 3 or more shows SAVE 15% and Book 5 or more shows SAVE 20%
    Available in advance on price bands A and B

    POST SHOW TALK Please join us after the performance on Thu 06 February for a free post show discussion.

    Reviews
    • ****

      "Stunner"

      The Guardian on Macbeth
    • ****

      "I’d be surprised if I saw a more entertaining piece of dance theatre this year. Kill for a ticket"

      The Observer on Dracula
    • ****

      "Rock 'n' roll theatre ballet of a very high calibre"

      The Stage on The Odyssey

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