DanceEast is proud to be supporting choreographers Robert Binet and playwright Rosamund Small in the creation of a groundbreaking and thought-provoking ballet, Terra Incognita.
For one night only, every city in the world went dark. The lights went out, to clear the sky, for us to better see the new world.
This so we could all see it clearly and decide if it was right for us.
A new Earth, it has trees, and plants and water, and air. It had everything.
Except us. So we thought,
We must be missing.
Wild Space will perform Terra Incognita at the beautiful Abbey Hall in Eye (Suffolk) with five dancers: Emma Hawes of The National Ballet of Canada, Yasmine Naghdi of The Royal Ballet, Ida Praetorius and Andreas Kaas of The Royal Danish Ballet and Martin ten Kortenaar of The Dutch National Ballet. The performance will be accompanied by live violinists Jonathan Morton from the Scottish Ensemble and Clio Gould from The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Please note this is an immersive performance where audience members will move around Abbey Hall.
Wild Space is generously supported by Sandra Faire & Ivan Fecan, Gretchen and Donald Ross, David & Torunn Banks, Gail Drummond, Sandra and Jim Pitblado, Anne Marie Canning, Hon. Nicole Eaton and The Royal Ballet Studio Programme.