Rosie Kay Dance Company in association with The British Army

5 Soldiers


2 Apr


Concessions £2 off
Under 25 half price

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Main House

65m (no interval)

Contains scenes of violence

There will be a post-show talk following the performance

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A thrilling and humane portrait of army life, telling the stories of men and women serving on the front line.

Following a period spent watching and participating in battle exercises with the 4th Battalion The Rifles and visiting the National Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre, choreographer Rosie Kay created the award-winning, five-star 5 Soldiers. The work allows soldiers to be seen as humans, showing the sheer physical work involved, and touching audiences with a deep understanding of the life of a soldier. The cast includes a current serving Trooper of the Welsh Cavalry, 1st The Queen’s Dragoon Guards, who is also a professional dancer.

Show Times

Tue 2 Apr 7.30pm


★★★★★  “not only keeps us riveted, but helps close the gap of understanding between the armed forces and the general public.” The Scotsman

★★★★★ “An extraordinary exploration of modern war as a physical experience.” The Independent

★★★★★  "War from a female perspective packs a punch…taut, visceral, compassionate” The Observer

“Lust, shock and awe… 5 SOLDIERS is a disturbing, illuminating and necessary glimpse into a world we mostly prefer to ignore” Judith Mackrell in The Guardian, Top 10 Dance of 2015

★★★★★ Broadway Baby


"I do work hard for what I want and if I want something I will try my best to get it, and I think the Army's instilled that in me." Trooper Alex Smith of the Queen's Dragoon Guards talks about his upcoming role in Rosie Kay Dance Company's 5 Soldiers. Read the full article here

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