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Lewis Landini

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Artist

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Lewis began his training as a Northern Ballet Theatre Associate, performing in Wuthering Heights and A Christmas Carol. He then trained at Central School of Ballet (BA Hons).

He appeared as a principal with London Children’s Ballet and, as a member of Ballet Central, worked with choreographers Rafael Bonachela, Will Tuckett and Christopher Bruce. He subsequently joined Northern Ballet Theatre as an apprentice, performing in Nixon’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Nutcracker.

Lewis has performed with Scottish Ballet in Page’s The Nutcracker (Drosselmeyer), Cinderella (Equerry), The Sleeping Beauty (Russian Prince, Doctor, Elfin Prince), Fearful Symmetries, Pennies from Heaven,Cheating, Lying, Stealing and Alice (Humpty Dumpty), Forsythe's Workwithinwork, Spink's Petrushka, Brown’s For M.G.: The  Movie, Pastor’s Romeo and Juliet and In Light and Shadow, Balanchine's Rubies, Alston's Carmen, Caniparoli's Still Life, MacMillan's Song of the Earth, Meckler/Lopez Ochoa's A Streetcar Named Desire, Matthew Bourne’s Highland Fling, Martin Lawrence’s Dark Full Ride, Kenneth MacMillan’s Sea of Troubles, Christopher Hampson’s Silhouette, Christopher Bruce’s Shift, James Cousins’ Jealousy, Twyla Tharp’s The One Hundreds, Kenneth MacMillan’s Elite Syncopations and Christopher Hampson’s Hansel & Gretel.

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Lewis Landini

Video

Alice live backstage broadcast featuring Lewis discussing his costume for the role of Humpty Dumpty.

Reviews

2011

THE SLEEPING BEAUTY 2011/12

.Dance Europe, March 2011 - Lewis Landini caught the eye for the fluidity of contemporary movement, unexpected from his noble and classical bearing...

ALICE 2011

.Edinburgh Evening News, 21 April 2011 - …an absorbing encounter between Humpty Dumpty, Alice and the Jabberwock. While engaging an audience with a sensitive portrayal of the tragic-comic cracked egg is a rather tall order, Lewis Landini does it spectacularly against the present of Owen Thorne’s disturbed Jabberwock.

.TVBomb, 21 April 2011 – Adam Blyde’s superbly flamboyant Spanish Caterpillar and Lewis Landini’s Humpty Dumpty provided two sublime moments.

.Theatreinwales, 05 May 2011Lewis Landini as Humpty Dumpty gives us an excellent and detailed performance that epitomises the masterful artistic skill of everyone involved in this magnificent production.

 

 

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