Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures bring three productions to Sky Arts

New Adventures, Sir Matthew Bourne’s internationally acclaimed international dance-theatre touring company are to present Romeo and Juliet, Swan Lake and The Carman on Sky Arts.

Reel Adventures Matthew Bourne Sky Arts

New Adventures, Sir Matthew Bourne’s acclaimed dance-theatre company are to partner with Sky Arts to present Reel Adventures to present rare screenings of Romeo and Juliet, Swan Lake and The Carmen.

Sunday 19 April 8pm – Watch the iconic and now legendary production of Swan Lake. This production was recently updated for a new generation and filmed live at Sadler’s Wells during the 2018/2019 tour.

Sunday 26 April 8pm – Watch the broadcast premiere of Romeo and Juliet which had its World Premiere in 2019 and was filmed at Sadler’s Wells last August.

Sunday 3 May at 8pm – Watch the re-screening of the acclaimed and multi-award-winning dance thriller The Car Man filmed at Sadler’s Wells in 2015.

The Car Man Matthew Bourne
The Car Man – New Adventures

Matthew Bourne said: “We’ve been overwhelmed by the support from our dedicated community of friends and followers.  It’s important, now more than ever, that we stay connected with each other whilst we navigate what is an incredibly challenging time for us all. We have always endeavoured to bring our productions to a wider audience through collaborations with Sky Arts and More2Screen. At a time when none of us are able to enjoy a live performance at our local theatre, we’re delighted to be able to reach audiences through their TV.  Huge thanks go to Sky Arts and all those involved in creating these films for making this possible at such short notice.”

In addition to the broadcasts “Reel Adventures” offers a different activity for every day of the week: “Motivational Monday”, “Tune in Tuesdays”, “Pro Wednesdays”, “Vintage Adventures”, “Feature Fridays”, “Workshop Weekends” and “Sunday Sessions. The programme includes a live company class once a week – led by New Adventures artists and open to everyone, creative tasks for children, live Q&As, as well as access to behind the scenes footage and rarely seen treasures from New Adventures archive, curated and introduced by Matthew Bourne. For full details please visit the New Adventures website.

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