A dance film of rejection & lust. WATCH ONLINE

20 Aug to 25 Sep

Full price: £7 Concessions: £5
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Produced and presented by EDIFICE Dance Theatre

A twisted, dark story of rejection, religion, lust and death. 

That you can watch online. 

Based on Oscar Wilde’s play, this telling of Salomé explores the shifting relationships of power between the characters of Salomé, King Herod and Jokanaan, focussing on themes of corruption, desire and divinity.

A rich and sensual dance theatre experience with live music and original score by Phillip O'Meara, the company of seven take you on an extraordinary and dark journey where music, contemporary dance and latin ballroom bring to life the characters and themes of Wilde’s tragedy.


Age Recommendation: 15+ The show contains visual reference to sex.

Running time: Approx 60 minutes. 


Tickets: Full price: £7  Concessions: £5

On purchasing a ticket, you will be sent a link and instructions on how to view. 





"This is truly a masterpiece. I've never seen such a performance. The music, the emotion, the look in their eyes, the way their bodies move and tell this story... it's brilliant"
Audience reaction

'Lindsay Kemp lives in this absorbing hour of dance-theatre, as do Aubrey Beardsley's Illustrations for Wilde's Salome, and Wilde himself, thanks to choreographers who dare to be blatant.'
Barbara Newman -Dancing Times

'EDIFICE's Salomé is full of sexual energy and spectacular dancing. You’re unlikely to see a hotter dance sequence this year.'
Jonathan Kemp - Queer Guru

'It is raw, punchy and intimate dance theatre that was absorbing, stimulating and entertaining. The company certainly seems to be on an upward curve and I am keen to see what more they can bring to their repertoire both on stage and film.'
Graham Watts - Dance Tabs

'An interesting amalgam of styles, from some excellent dancers.'
The Evening Standard