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Marquee TV - a great new video resource for dance, theatre and performance

by Tim Leonard on 2022-01-07T11:44:00+00:00 in Performing Arts, Theatre | Comments

University of Bolton students and staff can now access Marquee TV, a premium streaming service for arts and culture. Stream acclaimed performances from globally renowned artistic powerhouses like the Royal Opera House, New York City Ballet, Opera Zurich, the Royal Shakespeare Company, London Philharmonic Orchestra and many more. home screen featuring films including "Bye" and "Titus Andronicus"


Marquee TV gives you the opportunity to explore modern dance performances as well as opera, theatre and music performances - all from the comfort of your own home. Expect to see high-ranking contemporary dance pieces from companies like Royal Swedish Ballet, Nederlands Dan Theatre, Crystal Pite and English National Ballet who have worked side-by-side with critically-acclaimed choreographers such as Akram Khan, Alexander Ekman, Jiří Kylián and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui.  Uncover hip-hop-inspired performances that explore the depths of modern influence on traditional contemporary dance pieces, or stream modern dance films by BalletBoyz, Rambert, William Forsythe and Scottish Ballet - just to name a few. 

Creative Writing students will discover a wealth of classic and contemporary plays from groups such as the Royal Shakespeare Company and Donmar Warehouse. 


Featured choreographer collections on including Balletboyz and Akram Khan


To access Marquee TV you'll need to create a unique account with your University email. Login to this Moodle site for details of how to register on Marquee TV

Marquee TV joins another great streaming video resource for performance, Dance in Video, which the Library acquired just a few months ago. You can find a link to Marquee TV, along with a number of other great resources for performing arts, on our Subject Guide for Dance and Performing Arts

The Library provides streaming video resources across a wide range of subject areas - explore the full range of what we have to offer and get watching! 

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