Join a pop brainwashing experiment that will blow your mind
Be dazzled by bright lights, superhuman dancing and pounding music. Relax in the reassuring glamour of beautiful bodies and the glittering lifestyles of music videos.
But what dark, ugly secrets lie behind the mask for the generations of young mainstream pop stars – and those who watch them?
What people are saying about Rosie Kay’s MK ULTRA
“Extraordinary....a super-saturated sensory feast of movement, sound and imagery”
“Bold, slick dance piece exploring conspiracy theories and the Illuminati”
“an unlikely but inspired pairing between choreographer Rosie Kay and documentary-maker Adam Curtis.”
“an exceptionally stylish production”
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Behind the scenes
Rosie Kay is delighted to be working with television journalist Adam Curtis. MK ULTRA explores the strange and weird stories that have risen up on the internet. Stories that millions of young people across the world have become fascinated by - as they turn away from...
We worked with in-demand designer Gary Card to create the costumes for MK ULTRA. Although he’s collaborated with top names including Stella McCartney, Lady Gaga and Topshop, these were his first designs for contemporary dance so it was a real treat watching his ideas...
MK ULTRA is a highly visual production with an eye-catching glossy aesthetic. We needed a set designer with an eye for creating a world onstage that would draw the audience into this Illuminati-led industry bubble, so we asked Louis Price, a film director experienced...
Rosie Kay Dance Company creates brave new dance in Birmingham that tours to audiences at home and abroad. We thrill and move a diverse public with relevant, important, political and meaningful dance responding to contemporary society.
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