News

  1. The McOnie Company - Jekyll & Hyde - The Old Vic

    Press Review 4Lyndsey Winship, Evening Standard, Wednesday 15 June 2016Performance 24 - 28 May 2016

    Director Drew McOnie is a musical theatre whizz, and this is his first major show for his own company. A clever choreographer of unstoppable energy, his dance is full of wit, zip and zest, and a lot of leg.  

  2. Benjamin Millepied in rehearsal

    Benjamin Millepied on his LA 'love story'

    Wednesday 15 June 2016

    The Guardian's Judith Mackrell interviews Benjamin Millepied in advance of his company LA Project's performances at Sadler's Wells next week . . . Continue Reading

  3. Royal Ballet - Obsidian Tear | The Invitation | Within the Golden Hour - Royal Opera House

    Press Review 4Lyndsey Winship, Evening Standard, Wednesday 15 June 2016Performance 28 May - 11 June 2016

    Obsidian Tear is full of jumps and curves and classical poise, its all-male cast moving with muscular fluidity, like balletic samurai, to the swell and retreat of Esa-Pekka Salonen’s score. 

  4. The Slovak National Folklore Ballet, Lucnica. Photo: P. Brenkus Karicka

    The Slovak National Folklore Ballet, Lúcnica - Barbican

    Siobhan Murphy, Wednesday 15 June 2016 — Performance: 11 June 2016

    The Barbican concert hall was packed with a largely Slovakian, hugely appreciative crowd for what was, at times, a bewilderingly energetic display of folk fantasia... Continue Reading

  5. The McOnie Company - Jekyll & Hyde - The Old Vic

    Press Review 3Neil Norman, The Stage, Wednesday 15 June 2016Performance 24 - 28 May 2016

    McOnie’s choreography is fizzing and lively, with Jerome Robbins’-style ensembles set to a musical mish-mash of styles from composer Grant Olding. 

  6. Royal Ballet - Obsidian Tear | The Invitation | Within the Golden Hour - Royal Opera House

    Press Review 4Neil Norman, The Stage, Wednesday 15 June 2016Performance 28 May - 11 June 2016

    Christopher Wheeldon’s Within The Golden Hour continues to delight with its melting back screen, colours bleeding into one another as the dancers form gorgeous whorls and fluid diagrams in an abstract ballet of uplifting, bucolic beauty, all culminating in an organ… 

  7. 'Butterflies and Bones'. Photo: Stephen Wright

    Fearghus Ó Conchúir - The Casement Project: Butterflies and Bones - The Place

    Josephine Leask, Monday 13 June 2016 — Performance: 11 & 12 June 2016

    Fearghus Ó Conchúir’s commission for Ireland 2016 Centenary programme ART:2016 and 14 – 18 NOW, the UK’s arts programme for the centenary of WW1 is an imaginative reflection... Continue Reading

  8. Laban building. Photo: Peter Smith

    Transfer Laban - part of London Festival of Architecture

    Monday 13 June 2016 by Carmel Smith

    Over the next ten days (13 – 23 June) a full-scale replica of the façade of the Laban Building will be constructed & deconstructed in Canary Wharf’s Montgomery Square, with performances by… Continue Reading

  9. The McOnie Company - Jekyll & Hyde - The Old Vic

    Press Review 3Zoë Anderson, Independent, Monday 13 June 2016Performance 24 - 28 May 2016

    McOnie swaps between two dancers, from the fast, flexible Collins to the beefier Tim Hodges, all macho strut and aggressive stance. The flip from one to the other is enjoyably staged: lightning strikes in the shower, or in the shadows. 

  10. Lucy Carter | Michael Hulls | Nitin Sawhney - No Body - Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 3Mark Monahan, The Telegraph, Monday 13 June 2016Performance 7 - 12 June 2016

    . . . an immersive, promenade, multi-part and multi-room dance show with installations created by some of the biggest behind-the-scenes talents in dance – but with, as its title suggests, not a single live-performing dancer. 

  11. Royal Ballet - Obsidian Tear | The Invitation | Within the Golden Hour - Royal Opera House

    Press Review 4Mark Monahan, The Telegraph, Monday 13 June 2016Performance 28 May - 11 June 2016

    This is fearless and brilliant choreography, fearlessly and brilliantly danced, and Hayward’s final, faltering steps towards a damaged future are almost unbearable. 

  12. Donald Hutera, with artist Lilia Pegado - part of Chelsea Arts Collective. Photo: Mike Massaro

    'Kissing time' with the Love Clock

    Monday 13 June 2016 by Donald Hutera

    Moonlighting from journalism and his curatorial duties as co-founder of GOlive, Donald Hutera tries to ‘kiss time’ in Love Clock - a free event this Saturday, presented by Chelsea Arts Collective.... Continue Reading

  13. Royal Ballet - Obsidian Tear | The Invitation | Within the Golden Hour - Royal Opera House

    Press Review 4Luke Jennings, Observer, Monday 13 June 2016Performance 28 May - 11 June 2016

    With its emotive subtext and restrained but telling choreography, this is a breakthrough work for McGregor. Uzma Hameed is credited as dramaturg, as she was on Woolf Works; the collaboration is clearly a happy one. 

  14. Whirligig Cinema.

    Frame - Whirlgig Cinema - Making Tracks & Consequences - Rose Theatre

    Philippa Newis, Monday 13 June 2016 — Performance: 11 June 2016

    Making Tracks takes ten existing dance shorts and presents them with re-imagined soundtracks. It is fascinating experience...  Continue Reading

  15. Lucy Carter | Michael Hulls | Nitin Sawhney - No Body - Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 4Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Monday 13 June 2016Performance 7 - 12 June 2016

    Visually, the piece is a marvel – and for anyone who has previously observed Hulls’ lighting from the audience, the magic lies in experiencing something of what it feels like to perform in it. 

12...3334353637...692693

By Date