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Live performance (2019/20/21)

Available for bookings/touring 2022



27th Oct - The Pound Arts Centre, Wiltshire

29th Oct - Beaford Arts Devon

30th Oct - Theatre Orchard, Long Ashton


London: The Place, Brunel Museum,The Cockpit

Scarborough: Stephen Joseph Theatre

Rye: Bridgepoint

Hastings: St Mary In The Castle


Based on Oscar Wilde’s play, this telling of Salomé explores the shifting relationships of power between the characters of Salomé, King Herod and Jokanaan, focussing on themes of corruption, desire and divinity. 

A rich and sensual dance theatre experience with live music and original score by Phillip O'Meara. The company of seven take you on an extraordinary and dark journey where music, contemporary dance and latin ballroom bring to life the characters and themes of Wilde’s tragedy.



Produced by: EDIFICE Dance Theatre with Arts Council England in collaboration with The Cockpit and St Marys In The Castle

Concept and choreography: EDIFICE Dance Theatre 

Costumes: Nathalie David and EDIFICE Dance Theatre

Composer: Philip O'Meara

Performers (Dance): Harriet Waghorn, Carmine De Amicis, Fabio Dolce, Tom Wohlfahrt, Vasiliki Papapostolou 

Set: Joseph Bisat Marshall

Lights: Pete Maxey

Performers (Music): Mitch McGugan (Violin), Mikey Sluman (Oboe)

EDIFICE offer workshops, open company classes and educational visits alongside touring. For more information click the link below. 



'Lindsay Kemp lives in this absorbing hour of dance-theatre, as do Aubrey Beardsley's Illustrations for Wilde's Salome, and Wilde himself, thanks to choreographers who dare to be blatant.'

Barbara Newman -Dancing Times


'EDIFICE's Salomé is full of sexual energy and spectacular dancing. You’re unlikely to see a hotter dance sequence this year.'

Jonathan Kemp - Queer Guru 

'It was a clever idea to perform Salomé in the round, bringing the intimacy of the story up front and centre in this immersive experience.'

Graham Watts - Dance Tabs

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'It is raw, punchy and intimate dance theatre that was absorbing, stimulating and entertaining. The company certainly seems to be on an upward curve and I am keen to see what more they can bring to their repertoire both on stage and film.'  

Graham Watts - Dance Tabs

'An interesting amalgam of styles, from some excellent dancers.'  

The Evening Standard

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