Ballet Boyz Them Us

Ballet Boyz - Them / Us Tickets

Vaudeville Theatre, London
Ballet Boyz - Them / Us
Vaudeville Theatre, London

BalletBoyz are back with an innovative double bill of brand new works, both set to original scores by world-class composers.

Them, the first half of the show, is created through a unique, collaborative choreographic process by the BalletBoyz company dancers and composer Charlotte Harding. The piece explores the individuality that resides within each dancer and the versatility of movement which the company has always been known for. Them proves to be an exciting culmination of the experience the company has gained after 20 years of working with leading choreographers, designers, composers and artists.

Tony and Olivier Award-winning choreographer Christopher Wheeldon concludes the evening with Us, exploring human connections and culminating in an expanded version of the tender duet which premiered in 2017 to wide critical and public acclaim. Performed by the full company, with a score by artist Keaton Henson, the piece presents BalletBoyz at its powerful best.

Photo credit: George Piper/Hugo Glendinning

Opening date |
3rd June 2019
Booking from |
3rd June 2019
Available until |
15th June 2019
Closes |
15th June 2019
Run time |
90 minutes
Categories |
Age 7+
Michael Nunn and William Trevitt
Songs by:
Charlotte Harding and Keaton Henson
Christopher Wheeldon
Cast list:
Benjamin Knapper, Harry Price, Liam Riddick, Dominic Rocca, Matthew Sandiford and Bradley Waller

Vaudeville Theatre Venue Information

Vaudeville Theatre, 404 Strand, London, WC2R 0NH
Nearest tube:
Charing Cross

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BalletBoyz to make West End debut at the Vaudeville Theatre this summer
Wednesday, 01 May, 2019
It has been announced that BalletBoyz will receive their West End debut at the Vaudeville Theatre later this year, performing their latest production for a two-week engagement. Titled Them/Us, the production looks at what it means for humans to see themselves through relating to the ‘other’ and what exists at different moments in time. Them marks the first time that the company have devised and choreographed their own work, set to a score by Charlotte Harding who has...
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