And The Earth Will Swallow Them Wholeis a striking new work from dance-maker Rachel Arianne Ogle.

Performed in two distinct parts, the first act places the audience on a walkway running the margins of the theatre, high above the action. From here we gaze down first at a pair of musicians located centre stage (Luke Smiles on electronics and Gabriella Smart on piano) before we see enacted a series of clambering and largely diagonal choreographic turns from the six dancers (Linton Aberle, Imanuel Dado, Storm Helmore, Bethany Reece, Tyrone Earl Lraé Robinson, Zee Zunnur).

In act two, we are invited onto the ground floor with the performers, who engage in a series of protracted rituals focussed around a central unmoving body. This is combined with the use of a number of strategically placed objects, namely balls of scrunched up paper and flat rocks. While act one has literal waves and crescendos of dynamic action (a key feature is the billowing fabric floor),...