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Penguin Café



E=mc² | Tombeaux | 'Still Life' at the Penguin Café

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Three of Director David Bintley's most celebrated works.

Firstly, David Bintley’s homage to classical ballet draws you into a passionate and melancolic landscape. Tombeaux is Bintley’s lament on the death of his mentor, the great Frederick Ashton.

The award-winning E=mc² is an intriguing and exhilarating experience. Danced to a specially commissioned score by Australian composer Matthew Hindson, it explores Einstein’s celebrated ‘Special Theory of Relativity’ in music and dance of breathtaking energy and speed.

Meet a colourful host of endangered animals seeking shelter from the storm in ‘Still Life’ at the Penguin Café.Watch as humans and animals mingle, enjoying drinks and polite conversation in the Penguin Café. Be introduced to a morris-dancing flea, a ballroom-dancing ram, a woolly monkey and many more in a ballet that takes a witty and poignant look at man’s effect on the world.

'One of Bintley's finest creations'
THE OBSERVER on Tombeaux

'Pins you to your seat'
THE INDEPENDENT on E=mc²

'Unforgettable'
THE SUNDAY TIMES on 'Still Life' at the Penguin Café

Credits


'Still Life' at the Penguin Café


Music Simon Jeffes
Choreography David Bintley
Designs Hayden Griffin
Lighting John B. Read

E=mc²


Music Matthew Hindson
Choreography David Bintley
Costumes Kate Ford
Lighting Peter Mumford

Tombeaux


Music William Walton
Choreography David Bintley
Design Jasper Conran
Lighting John B. Read
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