Rehearsal Photos For The UK Premiere Of ‘Voices Of The Amazon’

Voices of the Amazon will open at Sadler’s Wells on 4 July until 8 July following performances in Moscow from 14 to 16 June. The show will then perform at Latitude Festival 13-16 July and Singapore 28-30 July. There are also plans to go to Australia and Hong Kong then do a UK Tour either later this year or early next year, including performances at the Eden Project.

Voices of the Amazon is set in the Amazon Rainforest and, through dance, music and sounds recorded from the Amazon Rainforest, tells the story of two sisters and their overwhelming love for each other.  The story also highlights the damaging effects of deforestation and the loss of renewable medicines and plants, and aims to engage audiences with these global environmental issues facing our world. The show is narrated by Emmy, Golden Globe and Tony Award-winning Jeremy Irons and has an international cast including 6 performers from Brazil, the USA and Greece. The production is supported by WWF and the Eden Project along with science consultant Alexander Van Tulleken (CBBC’s Operation Ouch, Channel 4’s How to Lose Weight Well) – press release attached.

You can check out the gallery for rehearsals pictures below:

Voices of the Amazon was created by Sisters Grimm, who are Grammy-nominated Ella Spira who has written the score and former Royal Ballet dancer Pietra Mello-Pittman who is directing.  The show is choreographed by world renowned choreographer Helen Pickett (Resident Choreographer for Atlanta Ballet and former dancer with William Forsythe’s Ballett Frankfurt). Sisters Grimm produced the highly successful sell-out show INALA, set in Africa, choreographed by Mark Baldwin and featuring Ladysmith Black Mambazo and dancers from Rambert and the Royal Ballet.

For tickets and more information about Voices Of The Amazon you can check the link right here.

 

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Matthew has been writing for the past 5 years about music, sports and movies and has now finally got his chance to write about theatre. Having previously worked for the likes of Kerrang and Uncut, as well as previously having a radio show for 6 Towns, he has interviewed hundreds of bands throughout his career.

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