Produced and presented by EDIFICE Dance Theatre & The Cockpit
Supported by Theatre Maker
A story of rejection, divine adoration, lust and death.
In collaboration with Hastings Philharmonic.
Co- produced by The Cockpit in partnership with St Mary In The Castle.
Sunday 23rd June 2019
5:00pm & 7:30pm
The Cockpit, Marylebone
'An interesting amalgam of styles by excellent dancers.'
The Evening Standard
Sensual dance theatre with live music and original score by Phillip O'Meara.
Based on Oscar Wilde's Salome, this company of six take you on a journey where music, contemporary dance and latin ballroom bring to life the characters, themes and intensity of Wilde’s tragedy.
The epic biblical story of Salome's adoration of the prophet John, imprisoned by her jealous and lacivious stepfather Herod and the terrible abjection that befalls all three. The dark story of the Tetriarch, the Prophet and the Tetriarch's stepdaughter.
EDIFICE is co-directed by choreographer- dancer duo Carmine De Amicis and Harriet Waghorn.
Hybrid choreography that combines the speed, passion and connection of ballroom, with the fluidity and freedom of contemporary dance
Running Time 60 Mins
‘The show contains scenes of sexual and violent nature - not suitable for young children’
Carmine De Amicis, Artistic Director and Performer
Harriet Waghorn, Artistic Director and Performer
Fabio Dolce, Performer
Marcio da Silva, Conductor
Phillip O’Meara, Composer
Beth Cinamon, Producer
Dave Wybrow, Dramaturg
Hannes Langolf, Creative Mentor
Pete Maxey, Lighting
Joseph Bisat Marshall, Set Design
Kostas Ntanos, Masks Designer
Jade Woodhouse, Cello
Mikey Sluman, Oboe
Victoria Marsh, Violin
Edifice & Theatre Maker
Salome by Edifice dance with the Hastings philharmonic is a Cockpit Theatre Maker show. The Cockpit has supported Edifice for three years since they first came to us as part of camden fringe. Last year we helped produce Tenome which played at The Cockpit and at St Mary's in The Castle in Hastings. This year, Edifice received ACE funding for a touring treatment of Salome by Oscar Wilde.
Edifice are gaining a reputation for an evolving form of dance theatre with an emphasis on energy, graphic dance and passion. Dave Wybrow is working with them on Salome as dramaturge. Says Dave: "Carmine, Harriet and Fabio are almost superhuman dancers and this is a crazy abstracted treatment of the play. I am completely out of my comfort zone working with them - even without having to dance"
Sunday 23rd June 2019 5:00pm & 7:30pm
All Tickets: £16/£14 concession