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Hot off its instant sell-out
premiere at the Royal Opera House, GISELLE: REMIX
anarchic, punk-reimagining of the classic ballet returns to subvert this
timeless story of love, loss, revenge, redemption and forgiveness.
this queer, lip-sync cabaret retelling, Giselle is a hopeless romantic,
raised on a diet of Julia Roberts and Drew Barrymore 1990's rom-coms, who
comes to realise that the real world of queer sex, hook-ups and heartbreak
is a far cry from Hollywood’s happily-ever-after.
follows is a journey through shame, assimilation, anger, acceptance and -
finally – liberation and joy. All performed to a soundtrack of queer icons
ranging from Judy to SOPHIE.
A mixture of live performance art
meets warehouse cabaret meets pop concert extravaganza.
minds of Pleasance Associate Artist and former Roundhouse Resident Artist, Jack
(Parris is Dreaming
, The Bower
and Royal Ballet Soloist, Hannah Grennell
, Sleeping Beauty
), comes an evening of cabaret
excellence, theatrical divinity, staggering choreography and jaw-dropping
lip-syncs, created in collaboration with dancers from The Royal Ballet.
plethora of the most exciting dancers around (full cast to be announced)
and a soon-to-be-revealed show-stopping legend from the cabaret world will
join Jack Sears
for a Giselle
like you’ve never seen it
is also delighted to be hosting a GISELLE:
, a queer takeover of the Pleasance Theatre on Saturday 20th
April featuring an array of the most exciting emerging drag performers,
cabaret stars, go-go dancers, opera singers and more who will be stationed
throughout the building after that evening’s main show. And if that’s not
enough, an array of iconic DJs will turn the Pleasance Main House into
Club Giselle for a night of dancing, debauchery and disco until late!
details to be announced.All tickets for the 7pm performance on
Saturday 20th April include entry to GISELLE: LATE, with tickets to
just the LATE night curation available here.
by Jack Sears
and Hannah Grennell
Choreography by Hannah
Produced by Molly McGeachin at The Project People
Produced by Patrick BoneGISELLE LATE
produced by Patrick
Photography by James Frederick Barrett
using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.