Preview: LORE, Theatre Royal Winchester

Preview: LORE, Theatre Royal Winchester

Contemporary dance enthusiasts will delight in new production, LORE, which visits Theatre Royal Winchester on Tuesday 5 March.

LORE takes audiences on a folklore inspired journey into a pagan world of gods, demons and humans. The show explores a connection with nature and the energy that flows from the ground through our bodies and back into the earth.

LORE comes from the multi-award-winning dance company, James Wilton Dance, who tour super physical, athletically inspiring works nationally and internationally.

The company’s previous productions include The Storm and The Four Seasons and they have enjoyed over 300 performances in 15 countries, reaching over 100,000 people. The company has also created works for dance companies in Scotland, Switzerland and Germany.

The dance performance is accompanied by a specially composed soundtrack by composer, music producer, singer and multi-instrumentalist, Michal Wojtas, who is influenced by Viking, Celtic and Slavic folk music.

The soundtrack is akin to listening to the tales of ancestors told while sat in the woods and hearing ancient stories that bind humanity together.

This event includes a post-show chat and following the performance, ticket bookers will be emailed free access to three digital classes (on demand videos) from James Wilton Dance.

This is a Pick Your Price event, meaning audiences can choose the ticket price that works best for them. Ticket options for this show start from just £10.

LORE will be at Theatre Royal Winchester on Tuesday 05 March at 7.30pm. For more information or to book tickets visit: or call 01962 840 440.

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