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  • Isabel Lewis
Photo: Vitali Wagner (2015)

    An ‘Occasion’ bringing music, dance, food together @Tate Modern

    25 March 2017: Isabel Lewis hosts an ‘Occasion’ bringing music, dance, food and drink to the Tanks. For the duration of the exhibition, Lewis is in residence in the foyer of the Tanks galleries transforming the subterranean space and establishing a platform for conversation, contemplation, and dancing. Ten Days Six Nights marks a new departure in the concept of the art exhibition: from a static presentation to an experience of art that unfolds through time.

  • Photo: http://stopgap.uk.com/


    A workshop for dance artists and choreographers led by Stopgap Dance Company’s Artistic Director Lucy Bennett and acclaimed dancer David Toole. The session will explore the process of creating inclusive choreography.

  • Photo: Stephen Morgan for Protein Dance

    Dance, Movement, Refugees and Migration

    A Platforma networking meeting looking at current practice and future directions. Open to all (whether you have previous experience in this work or not) and featuring presentations by Greenwich Dance, Protein Dance, Natasha Davis and Simona Scotto. 28 February 2017 : 10.30-1pm Greenwich Dance, The Borough Hall, Royal Hill, London SE10 8RE

  • Amy Bell
Photo: http://www.siobhandavies.com/people/detail/amy-bell/


    Facilitated by Artist Amy Bell, who will guide artists and audience through the process of sharing ideas and feedback using Liz Lerman’s Critical Response Process. The Young Artists Feedback Forum is a platform for emerging artists to share their work in-progress with an audience. See new work, listen and discuss with the artists and fellow audience members. A bar will be open during the interval and at the end of the evening: a chance to meet the artists, network and socialise. The evening is curated by Siobhan Davies Dance’s YAAG (Young Artists Advisory Group). To book a ticket or for more information contact: info@siobhandavies.com / 020 7091 9650. SUN 5 MAR 2017, 5–7.30PM

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  1. Photo: http://www.sadlerswells.com/whats-on/2017/flamenco-festival-london-gala-flamenca/

    Review: Gala Flamenca 2017 - Sadler’s Wells

    Graham Watts, Tuesday 28 February 2017 — Performance: 23 - 25 Feb 2017

    Gala Flamenca, showcasing the diverse variety of song, dance and music (provided by two excellent guitarists, Daniel Jurado and El Tomate and Paco Vega’s percussion). Liñan successfully fused tradi… Continue Reading

  2. Review: Cía. Manuel Liñán – Reversible – Sadler’s Wells

    Siobhan Murphy , Tuesday 28 February 2017 — Performance: 26 February

    ...you see an artist of astonishing virtuosity, one who can communicate deep feeling through his dance and envelop you with the force of his personality. His rattling cascades of hammered steps can be breathtakin… Continue Reading

  3. Review: Danza Contemporánea de Cuba - Como No & Dance Consortium - Barbican

    Rhiannon Brace , Monday 27 February 2017 — Performance: Thursday 23 February

    When the dancers change to their coloured tunics and dance in a looser salsa style we get a glimpse of a Cuba finding its feet as it moves into the future.  Continue Reading

  4. Review: Resolution 2017 - The Place

    Samantha Whitaker , Thursday 23 February 2017 — Performance: 12 Jan - 25 Feb 2017

    You never know what you’re going to get at Resolution!, annual festival of new works by emerging dance artists. And on Tuesday evening, we were treated to a healthy mix of diverse and engaging pieces. Continue Reading

  5. Interview: Theo Clinkard Q&A

    Thursday 23 February 2017 by Rhiannon Brace

    On Thursday evening Danza Contemporánea De Cuba make their Barbican debut with a triple bill of work by leading international choreographers including the UK’s Theo Clinkard. Ahead of Thursday’… Continue Reading

  6. Photo: https://www.wiltons.org.uk/whatson/259-ham-and-passion

    Review: Denada dance - Ham and Passion - Wilton's Music Hall

    Ka Bradley , Thursday 23 February 2017 — Performance: 21 – 22 February 2017

    Ham and Passion is a wonderfully wide-spanning, tragicomic work that manages to evade being sanctimoniously ‘about’ the themes it tackles even as it tackles them. And it delivers ham and passion, as promised. Continue Reading

  7. Review: Mercedes Ruiz - Déjame que te baile - Sadler's Wells

    Siobhan Murphy , Wednesday 22 February 2017 — Performance: 21 February

    Time flies when you’re watching Mercedes Ruiz dance. Her latest 90-minute show, whose name translates as “let me dance for you”, seems to pass in a whirling flash of footstamps, high spirits and… Continue Reading

  8. Photo: www.roh.org.uk/productions/the-sleeping-beauty-by-marius-petipa

    Review: The Royal Ballet - The Sleeping Beauty - Royal Opera House:

    Graham Watts, Tuesday 21 February 2017 — Performance: 21 December 2016—14 March 2017

    The real beauty of this Beauty lies in the gorgeous costume and set designs, originally realised by the genius that was Oliver Messel and authentically reimagined for Monica Mason’s 2006 revival by Peter Fa… Continue Reading

  9. Review: Israel Galvan - FLA.CO.MEN - Sadler's Wells

    Katherine Columbus , Friday 17 February 2017 — Performance: 15 & 16 February

    ...wrestling with itself even as the performance plays out. But it’s clear that Galvin has come far with the idea of conceptual flamenco and bringing Spanish dance into the modern world. Continue Reading


    Monday 13 February 2017

    This Ballet History Timeline is not only a fantastic interactive reference, it also an inspiring, free educational resource for students of dance studies. Any direct quotes from authors have been referenced in th… Continue Reading

  11. Review: ZfinMalta Dance Ensemble – From home with love – Lilian Baylis Studio

    Siobhan Murphy, Saturday 11 February 2017 — Performance: Thursday 9 and Friday 10 February

    There is a recognisable muscular collision of bodies here: the dancers’ arcing limbs pass over and around each other; sequences of complicated holds unfurl across the stage; they use each other’s axis… Continue Reading

  12. Photo: http://www.thealbany.org.uk/event_detail/1929/Theatre/We-Raise-Our-Hands-In-The-Sanctuary

    Review: We Raise Our Hands In The Sanctuary - Albany

    Josephine Leask, Thursday 9 February 2017 — Performance: 31 January - 11 February

    We Raise Out Hands In The Sanctuary celebrates and revitalises an incredible time but while it reminds us about how far the LGBT community has come, it also warns us about the serious threats to its continuity an… Continue Reading

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