Molina is an unconventional and absolutely compelling dancer, all interesting angles and accents. With arms scrolling and torso snaking, she can be sensuous and curvaceous, but she can also be sharp, funky and funny…
Dance has a higher profile this year with Rambert's Mark Baldwin, the Royal Ballet's Natalia Osipova and Ed Watson and Dance UK's Caroline Miller & Helen Laws as new entries... Continue Reading
David Bintley’s choice of stories to choreograph has always shown a bias towards great literature that happens to have been marvellously represented in film... Continue Reading
Dr Sara Houston is the first London based lecturer in dance to become a fellow - and the first in the country for 10 years in her field. Continue Reading
"It's all about male behaviour & interaction - different faces of masculinity & maleness – the beauty, the beast, the idiot, camaraderie, the strength, the vulnerability & sensitivity" Continue Reading
If you're a practitioner, producer, manager, educator, policy maker, collaborator or a dance artist there will be something for you at the Foundation for Community Dance's Cardiff event... Continue Reading
DV8's latest National Theatre co-production opens at the end of this month. Enter our competition to win a pair of tickets to see one of the first London performances... Continue Reading
“I like putting people into another dimension. I’m always very inspired by a lot of surreal artists; Dali is my guy.” The man behind Dance Umbrella's first hip hop commission talks to Siobh… Continue Reading
All three young makers in this selection from Birmingham’s international theatre festival' programme took a simple concept & productively exploited it to variably clever, hilarious or moving effect... Continue Reading
Gillian Lynne was in the original 1944 production of Robert Helpmann's ballet, which she has recreated for Birmingham Royal Ballet. Graham Watts looks back at divided critical opinion of the time... Continue Reading
Ben Duke & Lucy Kirkwood have created a loose interpretation of Virginia Woolf’s short story ‘Lappin and Lapinova’ in dance theatre, through a pleasing blend of spoken text, mime and movement. Continue Reading
Brutal, charming, deranged yet ultimately full of hope, director Matthew Bourne and choreographer Scott ambler rub our noses into the rotten side of human nature.
‘Ordinary Courage’ is a nuanced and powerful examination of loss, inspired by the death of Clinkard’s mother in 2010.
Matthew Bourne has always been clear that his adaptation of Lord of the Flies is principally about the kids… What appears on stage, however, explodes any preconceptions of a dutiful community project.