In La Edad de Oro, Israel Galvan's takes flamenco dance and updates it with a postmodern, avant-garde twist. He has been described as the William Forsythe of Flamenco, both a rebel and a traditionalist famous for his complicated and incredibly fast footwork.
Considered a genius of his generation, Galvan has won many of flamenco's most prestigious awards including Spain's National Dance Prize.
|Evenings: Wednesday at 7.30pm|
|Theatre Venue:||Sadler's Wells Theatre|
|Address:||Denman Street, London W1D 7DY|
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Sadler's Wells Theatre is the name of six theatres that have been built since 1683 at a site on Rosebery Avenue, Clerkenwell in the London Borough of Islington. The present day theatre seats 1,500 and specialises in dance, ranging from ballet to hip hop, contemporary dance to flamenco. Opera, theatre, visual arts and dance on screen also feature in the mix.