One of the highlights of the forthcoming Dancin’ Oxford 2015 Festival; Random Dance, the company of  multi award-winning British choreographer Wayne McGregor renowned for his highly innovative collaborations across dance, film, music, technology and science, will be coming to Oxford Playhouse for two performances on 3rd and 4th March.  Atomising bodies, movement and film, McGregor’s Atomos features his ten incredible dancers performing their unique style – sculptural, rigorous, jarring and hauntingly beautiful.  Collaborating artists include 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’s company Random Dance is a Resident Company at Sadler’s Wells and McGregor himself has been Resident Choreographer of The Royal Ballet since 2006. Don’t miss this opportunity to catch work by one of the country’s leading choreographers and his critically-acclaimed dance company here in Oxford.

“A thrilling new full-length work from Wayne McGregor shares his awe at the nature of the universe and humanity’s place in it.” **** Observer

Performances:  Tuesday 3rd and Wednesday 4th March, 7.30pm

Venue:  Oxford Playhouse, Beaumont Street, Oxford OX1 2LW

Tickets:  £11 to £21

Available online here, or call the Box Office on 01865 305305

Age guideline:  12+

Running Time: 1 hour 10 minutes

Post show talk after Tuesday 3rd March performance

And – Wayne McGregor in Conversation: Dance and Neuroscience: DANSOX event at St Hilda’s College Oxford on Tuesday 10th March 5.30pm: full details here