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PROJECT POLUNIN – SATORI

Sergei Polunin presents a mixed programme of new and revived work

Project Polunin presents SATORI, a very special mixed multimedia programme at the London Coliseum this December, presented by world-famous ballet star Sergei Polunin.

Performances between 5-9 December feature First Solo, a new short ballet starring Sergei, and created by award-winning choreographer Andrey Kaydanovskiy; Scriabiniana, with backing by a full orchestra, is the London premiere of the most complete version of Kasyan Goleizovsky’s ballet suite; and we finish with the world premiere of Satori, choreographed by Sergei, directed by Gabriel Marcel del Vecchio and with an original score by multi-award-winning composer Lorenz Dangel.

On Sunday 10 December only, the programme will include the ground-breaking solo Take Me To Church, choreographed by Jade Hale Christofi, danced by Polunin, based on David LaChapelle’s video, which went viral in 2015.

Other ballets presented on Sunday 10 December include Christian Spuck’s Le Grand Pas de Deux, What Love Tells Me by John Neumeier, Memoria, Rhapsody Pas de Deux, Diana and Actaeon and Satori by Sergei Polunin.

Don’t miss the return of Sergei Polunin to the London Coliseum. Book your tickets today.

SATORI is produced by David Banks, Gabrielle Tana and Sergei Polunin in collaboration with Daniel Hodgdon.

Photography: Albert Watson

Running Time
2hrs 00mins

Tickets from £20 – £95 plus booking fee.*
Premium tickets are available at £400 (plus booking fee)* and include a complimentary drink before the show and during the interval, a signed programme, a signed poster, access to a VIP area in the interval, and a backstage tour with the chance to meet some of the performers (subject to availability).

*London Coliseum charges a £1.50 booking fee per ticket, to a maximum of £6 per transaction.

Image by Albert Watson.

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