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Summer Livestream Trailer


Booking information
Thu 15 – Sat 17 July 2021
Rambert Home Studio
Age guidance: 15

Photosensitivity Warning: Please note, during the performance of Rouge, some scenes have a strobing effect that may affect viewers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy or other photo sensitivities.

This is a real-time, ticketed performance and will only be viewable live on Rambert Home Studio at the exact time it is being performed and streamed.

Thursday 15th July at 3pm BST (4pm CEST)
Friday 16th July at 8pm BST (9pm CEST)
Saturday 17th July at 8pm BST (9pm CEST)


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Teatri Reggio Emilia, Italy
Fundación Teatro a Mil, Chile

To purchase tickets to the performance of your choice, click on a venue above. Feel free to show your support for a venue you may know or is local to you by purchasing through them.

Once you've booked your ticket and registered at Rambert Home Studio, redeem your ticket here.

Questions? Check our FAQs document or email [email protected].

Rouge is made possible thanks to the support of the Rambert Commissioning Council. The original production of Rouge was supported due to a gift from Chiara Chabanne.

Eye Candy is supported by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Rambert Commissioning Council.


EYE CANDY | Marne van Opstal and Imre Van Opstal
ROUGE | Marion Motin


Our body is the vessel with which we experience the physical world, and it houses our deepest instinctive parts. It's where we feel pleasure and love, judge and destroy, bleed and smile. 

Since David and Venus, we've put the human body on the highest pedestal, shaping and perpetuating an unattainable beauty standard.  Through this distorted lens of beauty, our natural form has been sexualised, demonised and sometimes shamed into a taboo. 

Why is the naked body offensive? Does it hold a political charge? Are we not more than meets the eye? 

Marion Motin’s choreography for Dua Lipa (IDGAF) and Christine and the Queens (Christine, Tilted) has a quirky hip hop vibe. Rouge is what happened when we invited pop’s coolest choreographer to work with Rambert’s daring dancers. Now she’s back in the studio re-making Rouge with a new cinematographic twist.