• Projects 2018
    Projects 2018
    The Beggar's Opera
  • A line supreme
    A line supreme
    Porson’s Khashoggi / Andrea Rama
  • Mikhail Baryshnikov<br>Robert Wilson
    Mikhail Baryshnikov
    Robert Wilson
    Letter to a Man. Based on the diary of Vaslav Nijinsky
  • Peter Brook
    Peter Brook
  • Robert Wilson
    Robert Wilson
    Samuel Beckett, Krapp’s last tape
  • John Malkovich
    John Malkovich
    The Infernal Comedy
  • Gerard Depardieu<br>Fanny Ardant
    Gerard Depardieu
    Fanny Ardant
    Aristophanes, Lysistrata
  • Steven Berkoff
    Steven Berkoff
    Shakespeare’s Villains
  • Kathryn Hunter
    Kathryn Hunter
    Kafka’s Monkey
  • Molora
    adaptation from Aischylos “Oresteia”
  • Tim Robbins
    Tim Robbins
    Actors Gang
    George Orwell, 1984
  • M. Piccoli - N. Parry<br>P. Brook
    M. Piccoli - N. Parry
    P. Brook
    Carol Rocamora, Ta mains dans la mienne
  • Irina Brook
    Irina Brook
    Shakespeare’s En attendant le songe..
  • Daniel Auteuil
    Daniel Auteuil
    Moliere’s The School for Wives
  • Charlotte Rampling
    Charlotte Rampling
    August Strindberg, La danse de Mort
  • Olympia Doukakis
    Olympia Doukakis
    Martin Sherman's Rose
  • Peter Stein
    Peter Stein
    Heinrich Kleist’s Penthesilea
  • Dario Fo
    Dario Fo
    The Mask, The Theatre And I
  • Ravi & Anoushka Shankar
    Ravi & Anoushka Shankar
  • Francis Ford Coppola<br>Dean Tavoularis
    Francis Ford Coppola
    Dean Tavoularis
  • Philip Glass<br>Robert Wilson
    Philip Glass
    Robert Wilson
    Monsters of Grace
  • Barbara Hendricks - Edita Gruperova<br>Royal Covent Garden Orchestra
    Barbara Hendricks - Edita Gruperova
    Royal Covent Garden Orchestra
    Odeon of Herodes Atticus
  • Peter Stein
    Peter Stein
    Medea at Epidaurus Theatre
  • Yo Yo Ma
    Yo Yo Ma


Portraits in Otherness

Curated by Akram Khan and Company producer Farooq Chaudhry, Portraits in Otherness initiates a new chapter in Akram Khan Company’s history as it seeks to transfer the intangible value of its legacy to a new generation of dance artists.  This innovative platform consists of a series of solo works created by four highly charismatic and distinctive early-career artists: Dickson Mbi, Maya Jilan Dong, Joy Alpuerto Ritter, Riantoand Ching-Ying Chien.

Portraits in Otherness premiered at Sadler’s Wells Theatre in London 

They will appear at the Summer Nostos Festival of the SNFoundation June 27th, 2019 7.30pm



The Beggar's Opera

« A brilliant tour de force between baroque and modernity »

Written by John Gay in 1728, The Beggar's Opera is widely considered to be the first musical comedy, and one that pre-empted by about 300 years the current vogue for « jukebox » productions, which create a plot to fit around hit songs. Gay took some of the best-known tunes of his day, both classical
and popular, and worked them into a savagely satirical tale set amongst London's thieves, pimps and prostitutes.