THE BalletBoyz are set to dazzle Reading audiences this week as the critically acclaimed ‘Them/Us’ comes to The Hexagon.

The award-winning all-male dance group is touring the country until September 26 following their success at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer - and they will be stopping off at The Hexagon on September 6.

The ‘Them’ part of the performance is devised by the dancers themselves with a score by composer Charlotte Harding, and ‘Us’ is performed to music by folk and rock musician Keaton Henson.

BalletBoyz currently has six members all of whom are having impressive international success - Joseph Barton, Benjamin Knapper, Harry Price, Liam Riddick, Matthew Sandiford and Bradley Waller.

BalletBoyz Artistic Directors Michael Nunn and William Trevitt said: “Our philosophy has always been to make dance accessible for all, from providing opportunities for young dancers to get into the industry to staging contemporary dance in a welcoming atmosphere for audiences old and new.”

Tony-award winning Christopher Wheeldon once danced in the group after training at the Royal Ballet School in the 1990’s and returns yet again to produce a versatile show of contemporary dance as choreographer.

Charlotte Harding recently composed for Craig Revel Horwood’s The Indicator Line in BalletBoyz’ Fourteen Days. She studied at The Royal College of Music with Mark Anthony Turnage and has since written works for an eclectic mix of contemporary and classical ensembles.

Her works have received performances at leading concert halls, including Cadogan Hall and King’s Place, London, and Colston Hall, Bristol.

The artistic directors added: “Them/Us shows off the versatility of the company, featuring choreography from our incredibly talented dancers alongside work by Christopher Wheeldon, culminating in a great evening of entertainment.”

BalletBoyz will be performing at the Reading Hexagon Theatre on September 6.

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