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Ambiguous Dance Company: Rhythm of Human

The Ambiguous Dance Company were the highlight of last year’s Tiger is Coming festival at the Coronet, so don’t miss their return visit.

Ambiguous Dance Company: Rhythm of Human

Date: Wednesday 13 September - Friday 15 September 2023, 7.30pm
Coronet Theatre | 103 Notting Hill Gate | London W11 3LB | | [Map]

Tickets: £20 - £30 | Get tickets here
The Ambiguous Dance Company: Rhythm of Human

Korean dance sensations Ambiguous Dance Company return to The Coronet Theatre following last year’s sold-out Body Concert with the UK premiere of their award-winning piece Rhythm of Human.

Rhythm of Human follows a modern Korean man who fights to break free from societal expectations and norms. The dancers blend genres and defy all preconceptions to present a fresh, exciting and electric evening of dance. The performance shows us that dance is not just for dancers; we all have an inner rhythm that we need to express.

Ambiguous gained global recognition through their collaboration with pop sensation Coldplay, their wildly popular “Tiger is Coming” video which achieved over 600 million views on YouTube, as well as their collaborations with Gucci and BMW, reinforcing their status as one the country’s most prominent collectives. Founded by choreographer Boram Kim and dancer Kyeongmin Jang in 2008, the name of the group perfectly describes the “undefinable” characteristics of their genre-defying dance.

(automatically generated) We didn’t review this event, but the FT did, here.

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