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Rambert

Dame Marie. 1888--1982, British ballet dancer and teacher, born in Poland: founded the Ballet Rambert (1926)
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The piece features 26 dancers from Rambert and the Rambert School and four percussionists.
Rambert brings a triple bill to Nottingham's Theatre Royal.
Rambert comes not only with great dancers but great musicians, and full marks to the latter for giving Ghost Dances its signature sound.
It was founded in 1926 by Polish-born Dame Marie 'Mini' Rambert and became a household name during the early days of TV for its performances on the BBC.
Either way, Rambert doesn't disappoint and its eclectic programme hits the mark.
He added: "I've been on the course at Rambert for a few weeks now and I'm currently preparing for solos and one of them is from Swan Lake.
Created by former Rambert artistic director Christopher Bruce in 1991 and back on the UK stage for the first time since 2001, it is a series of courtship dances performed by sharp-suited men and strong and sassy women to some of the Stones' most famous tunes, including Sympathy for the Devil and Little Red Rooster.
The half-Fijian artistic director of Rambert fuses western-contemporary with comic bird movements and traditional South African tribal dance.
Created by former Rambert artistic director Christopher Bruce in 1991, these performances represent Rooster's highly anticipated return to the UK stage after 13 years.
Aguero's dad kept bad company in Eucalyptus, creating constant problems for both Rambert and Gonzalez.
TICKETS Rambert, Mold Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold March 14-17 March.
She attended the Rambert and Sadler's Wells schools, and studied with Olga Preobrazhenska in Paris.