17 dancers, 36 scenes, 100 characters…
Like passing-by miniature scenes through a train window, or cycling through the streets and peering into apartments, we all love to glimpse into other lives, and the homes they’re lived out in.
Here at Birmingham Hippodrome, we are delighted to be working with Rambert to bring their new production Rooms to your home via a digital stream.
Rambert’s brilliant dancers invite us into wildly different worlds and surprising set-ups. People trying to live their lives, navigate dilemmas, swerve mishaps and survive their mini-dramas.
Rooms is a daftly ambitious dance-theatre-film that is performed live. It’s sometimes absurd it’s oftentimes funny. It’s beautiful and it’s peculiar, and occasionally a little bit sad. Or maybe it’s all perfectly normal.
Performances are live and must be viewed at the time of the purchased performance. The performance will be streamed live from Rambert Home Studio. See our FAQ guide for more information.
Tickets from £10
15+ - Contains adult themes, brief nudity, suicide, domestic violence references and some strong language
Tickets for each scheduled performance of Rooms will be taken off sale 1.5 hours in advance of the viewing time.
These performances will have captions provided by Stagetext. A link to captions will be available during the show on the livestream page for each performance.
£10 per stream
£15 per stream
Households including donation
£20 per stream with a £5 donation split between Birmingham Hippodrome and Rambert Dance Company
£70 per stream
For school bookings, please send your request from an official school email address to email@example.com. Please include performance date and time, your contact telephone number and the full billing address. Upon receipt of the above information, we shall reserve a stream for you (subject to availability) and send you a copy of your order confirmation by email.
"Unlike most livestreams, this was not a static recording or a glitchy presentation over Zoom. Watching it felt more like watching a movie, immersive and absorbing, yet easily the most technically sophisticated live dance production I’ve seen since theaters closed"
New York Times on Rambert’s Draw from Within