Olga Pericet: The Thorn That Wanted to be a Flower, or The Flower That Dreamed of Being a Dancer Tickets

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Sadler's Wells Theatre
Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R 4TN

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  • Preview From: Thu, 11 July 2019
  • Booking Until: Thu, 11 July 2019

As part of the Flamenco Festival London Olga Pericet brings the UK premiere of The Thorn That Wanted to be a Flower, or The Flower That Dreamed of Being a Dancer to the stage of Sadler's Wells for one night only. The Thorn That Wanted to be a Flower, or The Flower That Dreamed of Being a Dancer tickets are extremely limited so book yours now. 

Olga Pericet is an icon and reference point for Flamenco and Spanish dance of her generation and is considered one of its modern innovators. Just coming from her win at the Spanish National Dance Prize in 2018, the boundlessly imaginative and creative Olga Pericet brings her gorgeous experiments in flamenco to the London Flamenco Festival once more. Through her combination of theatre and dance, Pericet has constructed a realm for her latest piece that is both as poetic and surreal as its title. The piece is full of imagery evocative of Westerns, funerals and the cosmos.

She uses her total technical mastery to create a balanced and precious style, with great suppleness to her movements on the stage. It is no wonder she was awarded the MAX Prize for best lead dancer in 2015.

Sadler's Wells Theatre

Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R 4TN

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Infra-red system with 15 headsets – please book. Collect headsets from shop. Deposit required.

Guide dogs allowed into auditorium (aisle seats are best) and staff available to dog-sit.


15 spaces for wheelchair users in rows J–K of Stalls and in Stalls side gallery. 6 spaces at 1st Circle – take the lift from the foyer (to right of entrance). Companions can sit next to you or nearby depending on how many of the spaces have been booked.

Toilets: Men and women’s on 1st Circle and 2nd Circle levels, men’s in basement and women’s on mezzanine. Some toilets have large cubicles with grip rails. 5 adapted toilets by right-hand entrance to Stalls, by lifts to 1st Circle and 2nd Circle, at basement and mezzanine levels.

Rows J and K in the Stalls and aisle seats have the most leg room.

Bars at Stalls, 1st Circle and 2nd Circle levels all have moveable seats and tables and accessible counters.

2 accessible phonecard phones by main entrance.

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