Wayne McGregor | Random Dance exists to support the artistic ambitions, work and legacy of choreographer and Artistic Director Wayne McGregor.
Renowned for its visionary approach to developing innovative work, the company creates high quality, cutting-edge dance with outstanding collaborators from a range of disciplines, and is committed to distributing this work extensively through a wide range of national and international platforms.
Inspired by the controversial Age of Enlightenment, FAR is both physical and immediate, yet intensely cerebral.
Danced by an ensemble of ten performers, FAR is set to a haunting score by Ben Frost and features lighting by Lucy Carter, set by rAndom International and costumes by Moritz Junge.
Atomising bodies, movement, film, sound and light into miniature shards of intense sensation, Atomos is the newest work by cutting-edge contemporary choreographer Wayne McGregor.
Ten incredible dancers perform McGregor’s unique style – sculptural, rigorous, jarring and hauntingly beautiful.
He is accompanied by a team of sensational artists including longtime collaborators lighting designer Lucy Carter and filmmaker Ravi Deepres, along with costumes by the ground-breaking designers of wearable technologies, Studio XO. Neo-classical ambient composers A Winged Victory For The Sullen provide the soaring score.
Wayne McGregor | Random Dance's Creative Learning work reflects and exposes the unique processes of Wayne McGregor and his dancers during the creation of the company's full length touring works, using choreographic tasks to unlock participants' creative potential.
The Creative Learning department is able to offer a versatile menu of options for all ages and abilities including masterclasses, teacher training, school workshops and performance residencies.
"If any artist has defined the decade – it’s Wayne McGregor."
"An aesthetic born of our new understanding of the body’s capacity for speed, flexion and attack. Some may find it disturbing – McGregor certainly hopes so – but this is state of the art."
"Wayne McGregor, one of the hottest properties in European contemporary dance."
The New Yorker
"Visceral onslaught of movement and artistic design."
The New York Times
"driving, volatile choreography so hyper-limber that it almost seems to occur at the cellular level. Every part of the body disrupted with a scientific thoroughness."