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INTRODUCING THE NEXT GENERATION OF CHOREOGRAPHERS – YOUNG ASSOCIATES

Four new movement portraits on Sadler’s Wells Digital Stage introduce the unique creative perspectives of Sadler’s Wells’ Young Associates: Olive Hardy, Vidya Patel, John-William

Anti-racism at Sadler’s Wells

Our commitments, progress and plans to continue to address racism at and beyond Sadler’s Wells and work towards

Standing in Solidarity: George Floyd

A year ago today, George Floyd was murdered.    Especially in times of trauma, artists and artistic responses help to us to process our emotions and

Welcome back to Sadler’s Wells

We are delighted to be re-opening our doors from today (Monday 17 May) for the first time since December 2020! In line with social distancing guidance as advised by the UK Government, below are the measures we have put into place to keep you as safe as possible for your next visit to Sadler’s Wells.   As always, if you have a temperature higher than 38°C, a continuous cough or have loss of taste and smell, we

SADLER’S WELLS RECEIVES CULTURE RECOVERY FUND

It is with a sense of gratitude and hope for the future that we welcome the UK Government’s

National Youth Dance Company Goes Digital With New Cohort

The country’s flagship company for young dancers announces its latest cohort in a new film. We learn how the company are working in innovative ways in response to the challenges of the pandemic.

SADLER’S WELLS RECEIVES GOVERNMENT CULTURE RECOVERY FUND GRANT

It is with gratitude and profound relief that we welcome the UK Government’s announcement that Sadler’s Wells will receive a grant of £2,975,000 from the

Sadler’s Wells announces furlough period for casual colleagues will end on 30 September

It is with heavy hearts that we announce today that we will end the furlough period for our casual colleagues on 30

Sadler’s Wells Enters Consultation Process with Permanent and Fixed Term Staff 

It is with deep sadness that Sadler’s Wells has entered a consultation process with our permanent and fixed term staff, following the devastating impact of the coronavirus crisis on our operations, the continued closure of our theatres and ongoing uncertainty about when we may be able to reopen fully.   During this period, Sadler’s Wells will

When the world stopped, the dance continued

A beach of white sand. A girl lying on a red cloth. This is the way in which audiences get their first glimpse of Dancing at Dusk.