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Sampled at Sadler’s Wells – 3rd and 4th February 2017

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Celebrating a decade since its launch, Sampled is a chance for dance fans and newcomers alike to enjoy a diverse range of styles from some of the world’s finest dancers at a specially reduced price.

After a stunning performance at last year’s Sampled, Argentinian world champion tango dancers Julia Urruty and Claudio Gonzalez are coming back.

Also making welcome returns to Sadler’s Wells is Spanish experimental B-boy crew Iron Skulls Co’s Sinestesia, and the new generation of flamenco dancers dotdotdot dance with I come to my body as a question.

Contemporary dance is represented by Russell Maliphant Company with Still, performed by Dickson Mbi, and Shobana Jeyasingh Dance performs an extract from their reimagining of Petipa’s La Bayadère.

In a sneak peek at what’s coming up later in the season, Northern Ballet perform an extract of Casanova, and Dorrance Dance merge tap and electronic music with a segment from ETM: Double Down.

If you would like further information or book tickets, visit the Sadler’s Wells website here

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