Remembrance

A visual and musical feast of passion, hope and remembrance.

In commemoration of the armistice, Wayne Eagling’s latest ballet (set to Handel’s masterpiece) is based on the life of Dame Marie Rambert during the Great War. A hugely influential figure on the British and international ballet scene, we follow her whirlwind romance with Ashley Dukes and her anguish at their separation as he is called back to the horrors of the battlefield.

The English Concert
New English Ballet Theatre
The Erebus Ensemble
Harry Bicket
conductor/organ
Wayne Eagling choreographer
Fflur Wyn soprano
Joshua Ellicott tenor

Handel Ode to St Cecilia’s Day HWV 76

Remembrance is part of a ballet Double Bill. Total running time: 2 Hours with interval


In Profile: New English Ballet Theatre

 ‘...surprising and sharp in almost every detail…it elicits alert, intelligent performances from its cast. There’s so much to applaud about NEBT... ‘- The Guardian

Since launching in 2011, New English Ballet Theatre has gained respect, recognition and critical acclaim for its visionary, modern approach to ballet making. Each season, the Company commissions, creates and performs brand new ballets for audiences around the UK. NEBT is delighted to present Remembrance together with The English Concert for these three special live performances at Peacock Theatre.