A performance of the new contemporary skating piece of Le Patin Libre. In the heart of Brixton in South London, the UK base of the collective.
Running length of ‘The Rule of 3’: 75 minutes – Click here for excerpts.
Jan. 12th. 2013, 8:30pm – Brixton Ice Rink – £14 (online) / £17
From now, tickets are available at the door only. There are tickets left.
There will be concession prices at the door (£15 for people under 12 or over 60)
The trailer of ‘The Rule of 3’
An excerpt of the piece.
- Contemporary skating is a new form of performance art using the glide and acrobatics of virtuoso skating artists. Miles away from the spins and sparkles of traditional figure skating.
- The Rule of 3 explores the twisted psychology of three young men following a therapy to get rid of a strange addiction. The piece is an heartfelt ode to the beauty of the strange, to the grace of the wounded and to the victory of the extraordinary over the banal. It features world-class skaters dedicated to skating as a new form of contemporary and urban dance.
- How to get to Brixton Ice Rink:
It’s 2 minutes walk from Brixton Tube.
It’s right behind the bars and restaurants of Brixton Village (the covered market).
Go to Brixton Tube, at the Southern End of Victoria Line. Turn right at the exit. Walk under the train bridge. Turn right on the road where the market is normally. Walk 1 minute. You’ll see it.
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- What to do after:
We’d be very surprised you can’t find something fun to do in Brixton after the event. Hootananny is a short walk away, will have a band playing and had no cover until 11:00.
If you are more into electronic music and big clubs, the Electric is a few blocks away.
If you are hungry, the rink is a minute walk away from the restaurants of Coldharbour Lane.