presented by Mark Bruce Company

24th February to 5th March . 7:30pm Evening, 2:30pm Saturday Matinee .
£15 - £28.50 full price, £12.50 - £26 concessions

Multi-award-winning Mark Bruce Company return to Wilton’s Music Hall with a stunning Triple Bill of cinematic dance theatre.

Green Apples 
Bruce's highly popular commanding work choreographed to music by The White Stripes. A visceral and immediate live experience as two dancers perform within the confines of a rope circle, creating a space of powerful physical intensity and magnetic energy. 

Folk Tales 
Characters from the myths of our past dance to the evocative music of Martin Simpson, including renditions of Beaulampkins, Soldier’s Joy and Betsy the Serving Maid among others. A collection of life affirming pieces; at once mysterious, fiery, and celebrational. 

A stunning dance theatre tale of love, tragedy and revenge in a land where our phantoms roam free. Mark Bruce Company presents its trademark cinematic vision; a carousel of dream-like characters in a beautifully savage world falling into chaos, culminating in a surreal, classic showdown on the road. Phantoms features the creative team that brought you Dracula, Macbeth and Return to Heaven, and an originally composed score.

Please note that this production includes stylised depictions and images of violence that some viewers may find disturbing.

Written, Choreographed and Directed by Mark Bruce

Costume Design: Dorothee Brodrück
Lighting Design: Guy Hoare
Set Design: Phil Eddolls

Dancers: Eleanor Duval, Jonathan Goddard, Bryony Harrison, Carina Howard, Christopher Thomas

Approx 1hr 20 mins + interval (20 mins)

Wilton's has been granted the use of Society Of London Theatre & UK Theatre's 'See It Safely' mark. The mark certifies that we are complying with the latest Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, to ensure the safety of our staff and audiences. Find out more here about what Wilton's has put in place ready for your visit, and what you will need to know beforehand.

The production you are buying a ticket for is being sold at full capacity, in line with the current government guidelines. However, there is a chance that by the time the production happens we may be requested by law to return to a socially distanced capacity. 

If we have to reduce the capacity then we will confirm bookings based on the date on which they were booked with the earliest bookings being given priority. If there is not space for everyone then later bookings will be notified and we will attempt to exchange your ticket/s for another performance of the same production. If this is not possible you will be eligible for a full refund.

They like it

  • smooth, cinema-influenced theatricality à la David Lynch

    ****. The Times

  • an evocative and brilliantly scuzzy show

    ****. The Guardian

  • shaped by Bruce’s demanding, very physical, in-your-face choreography, brilliantly executed by his five-strong company


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