January 2007

  1. London International Mime Festival at various

    Press Review Donald Hutera, Times, Monday 29 January 2007Performance

    Hysteria, Purcell Room ‘The winner of a Total Theatre Award at the Edinburgh Fringe in the summer, it was one of the gems of the London International Mime Festival.’  

  2. London International Mime Festival at various

    Press Review Donald Hutera, Times, Monday 29 January 2007Performance

    Ockham’s Razor, Linbury Studio Theatre ‘…already this young, London-based aerial theatre collective shows promise.’  

  3. Maresa von Stockert

    Maresa von Stockert

    Friday 26 January 2007

    The South Bank Centre has announced the appointment of choreographer Maresa von Stockert as Dance Artist in Residence beginning January 2007. Winner of 2005’s Time Out Live Award, von Stockert’s and … Continue Reading

  4. Ockham’s Razor in Arc / Memento Mori / Every Action… at Linbury Studio

    Lindsey Clarke, Friday 26 January 2007 — Performance: 22 January 2007

    Part of the London International Mime Festival Ockham’s Razor believe something magical happens when an audience watches aerial theatre. They may well be right. Their triple bill is riveting and innovative… Continue Reading

  5. Sadler's Wells Sampled

    Friday 19 January 2007

    *You can find all kinds of dance styles at Sadler’s Wells – but not usually all at once over one weekend, or evening! But visit the dance house on the weekend of 2 – 4 February and you’… Continue Reading

  6. Olivier Awards

    Olivier Awards 2007

    Friday 19 January 2007

    Nominations for the The Laurence Olivier Awards have just been revealed. The winners will be at a ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel on 18 February 2007 Nominations in dance categories are: BEST NEW DANCE PR… Continue Reading

  7. Royal Ballet in La Sylphide double bill at Royal Opera House

    Press Review Zoe Anderson, Independent, Friday 19 January 2007Performance 15 Jan - 9 Feb 07

    ‘The sylph is one of Alina Cojocaru’s finest roles. She’s the airiest of dancers, with heartbreaking vulnerability and a sweet touch of mischief.’  

  8. Royal Ballet in La Sylphide double bill at Royal Opera House

    Press Review Sarah Crompton, Telegraph, Friday 19 January 2007Performance 15 Jan - 9 Feb 07

    ‘On Monday, Frederick Ashton’s Rhapsody, to lush Rachmaninoff, started the bill, with Carlos Acosta and Leanne Benjamin taking the roles originally created for Mikhail Baryshnikov and Lesley Collier. It was spellbinding…’ 

  9. Royal Ballet in La Sylphide double bill at Royal Opera House

    Press Review Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Friday 19 January 2007Performance 15 Jan - 9 Feb 07

    ‘Outstanding were Marianela Nunez, delivering precision perfect footwork with an outrageously impudent smile, and Steven McRae, remastering every cliche as his beats not merely flashed, but blinded in their accuracy and speed.’ 

  10. Royal Ballet in La Sylphide double bill at Royal Opera House

    Press Review Debra Craine, Times, Friday 19 January 2007Performance 15 Jan - 9 Feb 07

    ‘Steven McRae displays astonishing elevation in his jumps and outstanding precision in his footwork, while Marianela Nuñez finds excitement in every buoyant step. Kobborg’s lovely costumes complete Napoli‘s pretty picture.’  

  11. Kilting-Kita at Riverside Studios

    Press Review Donald Hutera, Times, Friday 19 January 2007Performance 18 Jan - 4 Feb 07

    ‘Subtitled Walking with Rhythm, this unabashedly commercial but genuinely friendly entertainment from Spain is far more appealing than its sub-Stomp or low-budget Tap Dogs with tapas premise might lead you to expect.’  

  12. National Dance Awards

    TheCritics' Circle National Dance Awards

    Wednesday 17 January 2007

    The Critics Circle Awards took place in a ceremony at Sadler’s Wells on Thursday 25 January. Dancing Times Award for Best Male DancerCarlos Acosta for performances as Principal Guest Artist with The Royal … Continue Reading

  13. London International Mime Festival at various

    Press Review Donald Hutera, Times, Wednesday 17 January 2007Performance 13 - 28 Jan 07

    Overview & Soiled, Faulty Optic, ICA ‘*Now in its 29th season, the festival is a two-week showcase of what they consider the most imaginative physical and visual theatre from the United States, Continental Europe and the UK. The work resists pigeonholing in … 

  14. London International Mime Festival at various

    Press Review Zoe Anderson, Independent, Wednesday 17 January 2007Performance 13 - 28 Jan 07

    Soiled, ‘Faulty Optic’ ICA, 14 – 18 Jan ‘Soiled is surreal, and loses the plot at times, but the characterisations are remarkable.’  

  15. London International Mime Festival at various

    Press Review Lyn Gardner, Guardian, Wednesday 17 January 2007Performance 13 - 28 Jan 07

    Soiled, ‘Faulty Optic’ ICA, 14 – 18 Jan ‘The technique is dazzling, and the piece flawlessly mixes not just its moods but also its media, taking you from the sweetness of a black and white silent film into a micro installation that makes you fe… 

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