Rambert Dance Company: Labyrinth of Love in Images

In time for the London premiere of Labyrinth of Love at Sadler’s Wells tonight, we have below a selection of images – by the great Chris Nash – of the Rambert Dance Company in Marguerite Donlon’s hypnotic new piece, which is inspired by the prose and love poems of women like Mary Shelley and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, among others:

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Photo Credits: Rambert Dance Company & Chris Nash ©

Clip: Labyrinth of Love Unmasked

Rambert Dance Company performs Labyrinth of Love & other short works at Sadler’s Wells, London 16-20 October.

For more information visit the Sadler’s Wells or Rambert websites or follow Rambert Dance Company on Twitter @Rambertdance.

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