New Adventures

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New Adventures was founded by the choreographer Matthew Bourne in 2002, the company developed from an earlier company Adventures in Motion Pictures, which was later dissolved. Adventures in Motion Pictures (AMP), was a dance company formed in 1987 by a group of students from Laban (renamed Trinity Laban) a vocational dance training school. The company began as a repertory ensemble, staging a variety of small scale works produced by different choreographers. It was particularly noted for works created by Matthew Bourne one of the most famous being his version of Swanlake in 1995 with all male swans which won over 30 international awards and toured extensively around the world for over 10 years. Bourne left the company in 2001 to form New Adventures and AMP was dissolved in 2004, with all performance rights for Bourne’s works transferred to his new company. Since it’s formation New Adventures has created an enviable repertory of acclaimed new works (Play Without Words, Edward Scissorhands, Dorian Gray and Lord Of The Flies) as well as new productions of popular favourites from Matthew Bourne’s former company, Adventures In Motion Pictures (Nutcracker, Highland Fling, The Car Man and Cinderella).

 

Sleeping Beauty by New Adventures