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Clod Ensemble's Zero now on sale!

Posted: 13/11/12
By: Natalie
Tags: Theatre, London, Performance, Clod Ensemble

Tickets for Clod Ensemble's brand new show Zero are now on sale! Zero will be performed at London's premier dance venue Sadler's Wells from 4-5 June 2013.

The company returns to Sadler’s Wells with its latest piece, after the world premiere of An Anatomie in Four Quarters in 2011.

Set to an original score played live by a band of acclaimed musicians and featuring an explosive cast of performers, Zero is a turbulent mix of dance, music and visual theatre.

Zero is a world where nothing is certain – where women can be tigers and men can be snakes. Families, marriages and friendships are laced with sibling rivalries, frustrated desires and murderous ambitions. Heavens open and lives fall apart. Here, we are all at the mercy of the stormy weather. At least we can still sing the blues.

"A company with the scent and texture of a distinctive musical and theatrical language firmly in its grasp" Time Out

For more information about the show, to watch the trailer and to book tickets, click here.

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  1. Fri Feb 1st 2013 / 23:30pm / Alejandro
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