Whilst Anton Du Beke will be demonstrating quick feet, elegance, and the full extent of his long-suffering nature in attempting to transform a celebrity into a dancer on ‘Strictly Come Dancing’, his first foray in contemporary dance choreography will be premiered at The Theatre on the Hill at St John’s Academy this evening (Saturday 22nd September) at 7.30pm.
The Yorke Dance Project, under the discerning artistic direction of Yolande Yorke-Edgell will be bringing its new programme, ‘Words Worth’ to Marlborough and Anton’s first work for the company, ‘Easy to Love’, will be one several works featured. He brings his wit, charm and exceptional talent to a series of duets and double duets inspired by the glamour of old-school Hollywood. Expect a touch of Fred and Ginger…
Words Worth is coming to The Theatre on the Hill directly after it’s World Premier at the ICA in Bath and before the shows at Sadler’s Wells, London.
The Yorke Dance Project is building a reputation for ambitious and diverse work and Words Worth also features premieres by John Pennington, Alessio Barbarossa and Yorke-Edgell herself.
Two members of the Company, along with the show’s producer, will be at the school on Friday 21 afternoon running workshops for St John’s Dance Students.
Tickets £12.50 concessions £10 available from The Pound Box Office 01249 701 628 or online www.poundarts.org.uk