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'Still Life' at the Penguin Café



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What's it about?
Simon Jeffes and his Penguin Café Orchestra provided David Bintley’s inspiration for 'Still Life' at the Penguin Café, his witty and poignant look at man’s effect on the world around him. A morris-dancing flea, a ballroom-dancing ram, a sleepy rat and a woolly monkey are among the animals featured.

Performance length


Approx 0 hours and 42 minutes

Reviews


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Credits


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

World premiere


The Royal Ballet, 9 March 1988, The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden

First performance by Birmingham Royal Ballet


8 May 1996, Birmingham Hippodrome
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