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Sadler's Wells, 2010-11 Season

Sadler's Wells, 2010-11 Season

The full listings announced by London's dance and performance theatre

Bartabas and the Zingaro Equestrian Theatre: 'The Centaur and the Animal' 1-6 March 2011

The spring 2011 season at Sadler’s Wells opens booking on 15 November. Featured attractions include horses and mass nudity on stage, the Pet Shop Boys' first ballet, William Forsythe, New York's American Ballet Theatre, the usual hip hop, flamenco and tango seasons, and generous helpings of Belgian and Catalan contemporary dance. Full season guide below.

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