Through his seamlessly structured choreography Brandstrup captures the subtleties of a relationship with such tender accuracy that you cannot help but be caught by the story unfolding before you. Continue Reading
Research by academics at Roehampton University concludes tath organised dancing offers those with the condition a physical activity which resonates deeply on intellectual, social, and emotional levels. Continue Reading
Sadler’s Wells announced the programme for its Spring/Summer 2016 programme today. The season, which runs from January to July includes a number of new commissions, world premieres and UK premieres, featuring … Continue Reading
One of the highlights of Sadler’s Wells Spring/Summer season will be a programme of new work specially commissioned for the Russian star by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Russell Maliphant and Arthur Pita. Continue Reading
There is not a hint of oversimplification or pandering to be found in this exquisite gem of dance theatre, which could truthfully be enjoyed by anyone of any age or background... Continue Reading
For the main part 'Gravity Fatigue' is brilliant. There are times when it seems just bonkers but the ripe originality of it all is bound to come at a small cost... Continue Reading
Gravity Fatigue is spectacular in so many ways: in its hundred-plus costumes, its dazzle of set and lighting design and the virtuoso craft with which Chalayan and his choreographer, Damien Jalet, riff around their main theme: exploring the body in states of disorientatio…
Gravity Fatigue – a phenomenon that all dancers could be said to suffer from at some point or other – turns out to be a glossy, pacy, impeccably produced and gleefully pretentious piece of work for a comely, 13-strong scratch company, and with a very catwalkish sheen to it.