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Balletboyz, The Talent, Sadler’s Wells

Balletboyz, The Talent, Sadler’s Wells

The new boyz step into the Void, and come out as stars

BalletBoyz, in Cemerek's 'Void'Photo: Panayiotis Sinnos

Well, if you’re going to headline yourself in the title of your show "the talent", you’d better have some: audiences aren’t forgiving. William Trevitt and Michael Nunn, ex-Royal Ballet dancers headlining their own company for the last decade, have a history of these pre-emptive strikes – an earlier show was called Critics’ Choice – and they also have a history of living up to them. Fortunately for all, The Talent does too.

Void is a pulsing, driving, compellingly theatrical event, lit with noir-ish style and ferocity

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