February 2011

  1. Flamenco Festival 2011: Israel Galvan at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Jenny Gilbert, Independent on Sunday, Monday 21 February 2011Performance 9 February 2011

    ‘Highlight of the first week was the volcanic Israel Galvan, sending audiences out into the night, their heads shaking in disbelief.’ 

  2. Flamenco Festival 2011: Eva Yerbabuena at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Monday 21 February 2011Performance 17 - 19 February 2011

    ‘Outstanding as some moments are, both in production and performance, Cuando Yo Era still feels like a collage of fragments, dominated and skewed by Yerbabuena’s giant talent.’  

  3. Rocio Molina. Photo: Julio Calvo

    Flamenco Festival 2011: Rocio Molina at Sadler's Wells

    Sam Gauntlett, Monday 21 February 2011 — Performance: 15 February 2011

    Commenting on her aim when dancing, in a recent interview with esflamenco.com, Rocio Molina said, “I have to let my body move freely, be it more or less flamenco “. And this statement reflects what i… Continue Reading

  4. ReFRESH 2011 - From top: Shift, Tiffin Youth Dance   Photo courtesy of Youth Dance England by Brian Slater

    ReFresh 2011 in Shift, Tiffin Dance Company, Rouge, Kinetic Dance Company, Srishti Yuva Culture, Avant Garde Youth at The Place

    Lise Smith, Monday 21 February 2011 — Performance: 19 February 2011

    Six youth dance companies from all over London were invited last autumn to create a new dance to a piece of music selected by a leading UK choreographer to mark the end of this year’s Resolution! festival.… Continue Reading

  5. The Most Incredible Thing

    Friday 18 February 2011

    The Most Incredible Thing is a new full-length dance work with music by the Pet Shop Boys and choreography by Javier De Frutos, featuring former Royal Ballet dancer Ivan Putrov. Based on Hans Christian Andersen… Continue Reading

  6. Tilted Productions/Maresa von Stockert in Masquerade at Touring & coming to The Place in March

    Press Review Donald Hutera, Times, Friday 18 February 2011Performance February 2011

    *** ‘Masquerade…_draws with an exceptionally light touch upon the imagery of dreams. The result is perhaps von Stockert’s most consistently satisfying work since her breakthrough in 2004 with _Grim[m] Desires.’ 

  7. Tilted Productions/Maresa von Stockert in Masquerade at Touring & coming to The Place in March

    Press Review Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Friday 18 February 2011Performance February 2011

    ‘Maresa von Stockert has a choreographic sensibility that’s all her own, a mix of intellectual and sensory scrupulousness that makes her work strikingly original.’  

  8. Flamenco Festival 2011: Rocio Molina at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Clement Crisp, Financial Times, Friday 18 February 2011Performance 15 February 2011

    ‘Like Seymour [Lynn], and like few other exponents of flamenco whom I have seen, Molina has genius: irresistible, all-consuming, all-powerful.’  

  9. Shoes - The Musical at Peacock Theatre

    Press Review Lyn Gardner , Guardian, Friday 18 February 2011Performance 8 February - 3 April 2011

    ‘A well-made shoe is a beautiful thing, but this one is sloppily crafted.’  

  10. English National Ballet, Mixed Bill 2011

    Friday 18 February 2011

    Black & White, a celebration of English National Ballet’s past, present and future. Wayne Eagling’s Men Y Men features in this mixed bill. Men Y Men was created by Eagling to celebrate the athle… Continue Reading

  11. English National Ballet, Swan Lake

    Friday 18 February 2011

    Derek Deane’s lavish production of Swan Lake brings the romance and high drama of the grand Russian ballet tradition alive. It tells the story of Prince Siegfried’s love for the Swan Queen, Odette, a… Continue Reading

  12. Shoes - the Musical.

    Shoes - The Musical at Peacock Theatre

    Libby Costello, Friday 18 February 2011 — Performance: 8 February - 3 April 2011

    After an opening run at Sadler’s Wells last autumn, *Shoes* is back in London for a lengthier season at the Peacock Theatre, to much delight. Witty ditties are embroidered into a hilarious evening of enter… Continue Reading

  13. Royal Ballet in Swan Lake at Royal Opera House

    Press Review Clement Crisp, Financial Times, Thursday 17 February 2011Performance in rep until 8 April 2011

    ‘She [Zenaida Yanowksy] is also the most commanding Odette our national ballet now shows us and, indeed, I think her one of the most impressive interpreters of the doomed Swan Queen in western ballet today.’  

  14. Flamenco Festival 2011: Aida Gomez' Carmen at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Clement Crisp, Financial Times, Thursday 17 February 2011Performance 11 - 13 February 2011

    ‘The narrative is attended by a great deal of stamping, by screaming as the women fight, and boasts the emotional resource of an episode of Neighbours. ‘  

  15. Flamenco Festival 2011: Aida Gomez' Carmen at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Sarah Frater, Evening Standard, Thursday 17 February 2011Performance 11 - 13 February 2011

    ‘Surprisingly, given her super-blue chip dance pedigree, Gómez’s 90-minute take on Bizet’s legendary femme fatale featured sub-West End dance routines that gave little hint of her own ability nor of flamenco’s power.’  

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