Dancers dazzle

BalletBoyz was co-founded in 2000 by ex-Royal Ballet dancers Michael Nunn and William Trevitt and the company has been performing around the world for the last decade, winning numerous accolades and working with leading dancers, choreographers and designers.

Now this stunning troupe is bringing its world-class choreography and breathtaking strength and grace to Wolverhampton’s Grand Theatre. The International Emmy Award-winning, all-male dance company arrive at the Grand on Monday 14 May following the recent world premiere of their new show ‘Fourteen Days’. The new work from the recent Rose d’Or winners has been created by four internationally celebrated choreographers, alongside four eminent and completely different composers, and comprises four short pieces to run alongside their acclaimed ‘Fallen’.

Choreographers Javier De Frutos (London Road), Craig Revel Horwood (West Side Story, Sunset Boulevard), Iván Pérez (Young Men) and Christopher Wheeldon (An American in Paris) have teamed up with composers Scott Walker, Charlotte Harding, Joby Talbot and Keaton Henson, with each pair given just fourteen days to work with the ensemble to create the new pieces. Playing with the concept of balance and imbalance, the result is an exciting and varied programme of dance and music.

Tickets are priced from £14.50 and are available from grandtheatre.co.uk.

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