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Presentert av Ballet Rambert & Sadler’s Wells, 27.–28. March 2020

Presentert av Ballet Rambert & Sadler’s Wells,
27.–28. March 2020

Spilles: Fri 27. Mar 2020 Sat 28. Mar

Enter Achilles is about men. More specific: men from the british workers class

Ballet Rambert & Sadler’s Wells present ENTER ACHILLES
A work by Lloyd Newson (DV8 Physical Theatre)
Choreography: Lloyd Newson with the performers (past and present)

We meet them in a pub in a place in northern England, and get to know their personalities, their experience of identity, what they find fun but also their weaknesses and fears - what binds them together and what creates distance.

Enter Achilles was originally made in 1995 and was and immediate world success. This is a new version produced by Ballet Rambert in collaboration with Saddler´s Wells in London. During the 25 years that has passed since the original premiere, remarkably little has changed in how men's relation to themselves, each others and masculinity. Enter Achilles seems more relevant than ever before.

Performance includes depictions of violence, sex and drug use, adult themes, nudity and strong language, and is restricted to people aged 15 years and over. Photography, filming or other audio recording is forbidden. Latecomers will not be admitted.

- Violent, ugly, politically incorrect and hilarious

Sunday Telegraph

- A rare, rich, devastating, triumphant work of art

Daily Telegraph

Lloyd Newson's powerful and spectacular new work, Enter Achilles, is about violence and vulnerability of manliness - funny, moving, disturbing

Sunday Times


Lloyd Newson (DV8 Physical Theatre)
Lloyd Newson med danserne, nåværende og tidligere
Original Set Design:
Ian MacNeil
Adrian Johnston
Original Lighting Design:
Jack Thompson
Creative Associate:
Hannes Langolf
Tom Davis Dunn
Nelson Earl
Miguel Fiol Duran
Ian Garside
Eddie Hookham
Scott Jennings
Georgios Kotsifakis
Hannes Langolf
Jag Popham
John Ross
Hugo Glendinging
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