1. Marc Brew 'For Now I Am...' Photo: Bettina Strenske

    Marc Brew Company - For Now, I Am... - Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler's Wells

    Josephine Leask, Friday 11 March 2016 — Performance: 10 & 11 March 2016

    Rather than sensationalising or glossing over the mental and physical complexity of his situation, Brew embraces it and communicates with unbelievable honesty.... Continue Reading

  2. Luca Silvestrini in rehearsals. Photo: Angelo Bellotti

    Luca Silvestrini on his new feast of a work..

    Friday 11 March 2016

    Protein's 'May Contain Food' has just started a UK tour, stopping off at The Place from 20 April - 7 May. So you can build up an appetite, we asked Luca what's on the menu... Continue Reading

  3. Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker / Rosas - Golden Hours (As You Like It) - Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 2Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Wednesday 9 March 2016Performance 8 & 9 March 2016

    In theory she’s attempted something very ambitious, abstracting Shakespeare’s text into a silent score for dance. But too much of her choreography remains emotionally impenetrable and too little rises to the formal invention of her best work. 

  4. Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker / Rosas - Golden Hours (As You Like It) - Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 3Lyndsey Winship, Evening Standard, Wednesday 9 March 2016Performance 8 & 9 March 2016

    A cocktail of Shakespeare, Brian Eno and Belgian contemporary dance — how does that taste? Typical of choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s rigorously intellectual dance, it’s kind of medicinal. But, you know, in a really good way. 

  5. Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker / Rosas - Golden Hours (As You Like It). Photo: Bettina Strenske

    Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker / Rosas - Golden Hours (As You Like It) - Sadler's Wells

    Lise Smith, Wednesday 9 March 2016 — Performance: 8 & 9 March 2016

    The show is an experiment in turning Shakespeare’s text into movement, and while the idea is a bold and exciting one, the execution falls somewhat flat... Continue Reading

  6. Reclaiming the streets - and owning ballet

    Wednesday 9 March 2016

    Nando Messias was beaten up on the street behind Toynbee Studios. Some years later he presents 'The Sissy’s Progress' in the same place - a spectacle of provocation, celebration & hyper flamb… Continue Reading

  7. Sylvie Guillem - winner of the De Valois Award for Outstanding Achievement, with Graham Watts, Chair of the National Dance Awards. Photo: Elliott Franks

    Sylvie Guillem presented with De Valois Award

    Wednesday 9 March 2016 by Carmel Smith

    Graham Watts, Chair of the Dance Section of the Critics' Circle and the National Dance Awards, presented the Award for Outstanding Achievement to Sylvie Guillem when she visited London recently... Continue Reading

  8. Akram Khan Company - 'Kaash'. Photo:  Louis Fernandez

    Akram Khan Company - Kaash - Sadler's Wells

    Graham Watts, Tuesday 8 March 2016 — Performance: 3 - 5 March 2016

    The apparent freedom of the dance is the great joy of 'Kaash' and it is so fluidly expressed by these excellent dancers... Continue Reading

  9. Wild Card invites The Palest Light. Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler's Wells. Photo: Camilla Greenwell

    Wild Card InvitesThe Palest Light - Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler's Wells

    Sarah Kent, Tuesday 8 March 2016 — Performance: 3 & 4 March 2016

    Pepa Ubera’s experience of curating performances forTripSpace prompted her to try to reduce the separation between audiences and performers... Continue Reading

  10. Linda Jasper. Photo: Brian Slater.

    Linda Jasper steps down from Youth Dance England

    Tuesday 8 March 2016 by Carmel Smith

    The Director of YDE for 12 years will leave as it merges with the Association of Dance of the African Diaspora, Dance UK & the National Dance Teachers Association to become One Dance UK at the end of March... Continue Reading

  11. Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker and Brian Eno 
Photo: Anne Van Aerschot

    As you dance it: Brian Eno and Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker do Shakespeare

    Monday 7 March 2016 by Denise Drake

    In Golden Hours, based upon Shakespeare’s As You Like It, tracks from Brian Eno’s Another Green World and choreography by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, the playwright’s lines are danced rather than … Continue Reading

  12. Liv Lorent. Photo: Keith Pattinson

    Liv Lorent - on taking Snow White to a new place

    Monday 7 March 2016

    "It has been really important for us to deliver real emotion, experienced by believable characters, within this romantic fairytale world". Catch balletLORENT at Sadler's Wells Family Weekend.. Continue Reading

  13. Rhiannon Faith Company - Scary Shit - The Pleasance

    Press Review Luke Jennings, Observer, Monday 7 March 2016Performance 26 - 27 February 2016

    Deceptive in its apparent goofball chaos, it identifies plangent truths about the lot of metropolitan women. It’s the old, sad song – bad sex, hard choices, the racing passage of time – but presented with wit and poignancy 

  14. Royal Ballet - Giselle - Royal Opera House

    Press Review Luke Jennings, Observer, Monday 7 March 2016Performance 26 February - 15 April 2016

    But the real thrill of this production is the Royal corps. In act one every dancer is an individual, with her own raison d’être and back story. 

  15. Immortal Tango - Peacock Theatre

    Press Review 2Neil Norman, The Stage, Monday 7 March 2016Performance 1 - 19 March 2016

    As always, the simplest duets are the most effective, including a male-on-male sequence that is electrifying. 


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