Russell Maliphant Dance Company Presents ‘Vortex’

Last night was the press night for Russell Maliphant’s ground breaking project Vortex at the iconic Sadler’s Wells Theatre and we were delighted to welcome a host of national, cultural, and specialist dance press including The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Independent, The Financial Times, Culture Whisper, Bachtrack, British Theatre Guide, Broadway World and Dance International.

It was wonderful to see the internationally acclaimed dance company grace the stage for the first of three consecutive nights as we have had the joy of working with the Russell Maliphant Dance Company throughout its UK national Vortex tour, which comes to a close this June.

The production itself was sublime and an utter escapism from reality. The performance sparks a variety of emotions triggered by the production’s astounding composition and lighting – at times the production is beautifully intense, at other times it is peaceful, gentle and serene. The dancers of RMDC were nothing short of remarkable, and it was a privilege to watch the performance in such an esteemed setting.

Our close relationship with RMDC stretches right back to 2018 and in five successful years, in addition to Vortex, we have worked with the simply incredible team on the award-winning Maliphantworks and looked after the entire press campaign for the UK national tour of the critically acclaimed Silent Lines (either side of the pandemic!).

The audience absolutely loved last night’s performance; there was a certain energy in the room that only Russell’s work can generate, and we cannot wait for the rest of the tour.

Sundae x

Images by: Roswitha Chesher



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