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  1. News: Dance Workshop - Carmel Köster and Rene Köster

    Friday 7 April 2017

    Vogue, as it was first named after the magazine, can be traced back to Harlem, but even before that "it originated from prisons where inmates would sneak in Vogue magazines to re-create this fantasy for glam… Continue Reading

  2. Photo: http://www.sadlerswells.com/whats-on/2017/matthew-bournes-early-adventures/gallery

    Review: New Adventures — Matthew Bourne’s Early Adventures - Sadler's Wells

    Ka Bradley , Friday 7 April 2017 — Performance: 3 - 8 Apr

    Droll, daft and delightful, as pat and fun as triplet alliteration, Early Adventures provides the guffaws we so need, and is a cheering example of work from a choreographer understandably beloved. Continue Reading

  3. Review: Wild Card - Dan Daw

    , Thursday 6 April 2017 — Performance: Thursday 30 and Friday 31 March

    Technically, it’s a brilliant performance as she funnels her body from broad strapping body builder into a narrow slithering Medusa. Her physical change is so swift, there’s barely time to register ju… Continue Reading

  4. Photo: www.42ndstreetmusical.co.uk/

    Review: 42nd Street Musical - Theatre Royal Drury Lane

    Siobhan Murphy, Thursday 6 April 2017 — Performance: 4 April to 14 October 2017

    There’s nothing subtle about 42nd Street – this is musical theatre on the grandest of scales, putting the “ooh-ah” into spectacular. Mark Bramble’s adaptation of the 1933 hit film, c… Continue Reading

  5. Interview: Malik Nashad Sharpe Q&A

    Thursday 6 April 2017

    Malik Nashad Sharpe is a London based choreographer hailing from New York. His festival Joy and Dissent-A Festival Of Cultural Activism- is co-curated alongside Hackney Showroom’s artistic directors and end… Continue Reading

  6. News: Get Creative Weekend 2017 – dance workshops

    Wednesday 5 April 2017

    Discover a range of dance workshops across London as part of the Get Creative weekend.  Continue Reading

  7. Photo: www.dancewest.co.uk

    News: Dance West announces Choreographers for Ignition festival 2017

    Monday 3 April 2017

    After a nationwide search, DanceWest has announced the seven recipients of their bursaries which includes artists from a Kathak, Contemporary, Neo-classical and Dance-Theatre background.  Continue Reading

  8. Steven McRae and Sarah Lamb in ‘Rubies’ from Jewels, The Royal Ballet © ROH/Bill Cooper, 2013

    Review: THE ROYAL BALLET - JEWELS

    Naomi Cockshutt, Monday 3 April 2017 — Performance: 3 - 21 April

    Created in response to his visit to the Fifth Avenue jewellers Van Cleef & Arpels, the Russian-American choreographer’s plotless ballet presents three distinctive works, each representing a jewel motif;… Continue Reading

  9. Pilobolus: shadow dance production :'Shadowland'
Photo credit: Emmanuel Donny

    News: 2107 HONOURING DANCE AT THE OLIVIERS

    Monday 3 April 2017

    Theatre comes in many forms, but not many can be quite as universally poignant as the world-class dance productions performed in and around London. And it’s the achievement of such sheer quality that the Ol… Continue Reading

  10. ELD Ideas Summit 2016. Photo: Jeremy Freedman.

    Review: 2017 Dance Enterprise Ideas Summit, East London Dance, Stratford Circus

    Rachel Nouchi, Saturday 1 April 2017 — Performance: 31 March 2017

    The Dance Enterprise Ideas Summit is an annual event offering artists, producers, venues and organisations from East London and beyond the opportunity to share and exchange enterprising ideas in dance. Continue Reading

  11. Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch performing Le Sacre du printemps - photo by Ulli Weiss © Pina Bausch Foundation

    Review: English National Ballet — Pina Bausch / William Forsythe / Hans van Manen - Sadler's Wells

    Vikki Jane Vile, Monday 27 March 2017 — Performance: 23 Mar - 1 Apr

    Above all it’s the attention to detail, precision that demands respect here. In a rush to put out new work so many companies appear under rehearsed but that cannot be said about this piece, indeed this whol… Continue Reading

  12. Photo credit:
http://www.sadlerswells.com/whats-on/2017/wild-card-dan-daw/

    News: Meet Dan Daw - Dance maker and performer

    Wednesday 22 March 2017

    The foundation of my artistic approach is collaboration. I’m not sure there are many instances where this doesn’t apply actually. Speaking for myself, there’s something quite lovely about assemb… Continue Reading

  13. Photo credit: http://theartnewspaper.com/news/news/all-aboard-isabel-lewis-s-sensorium-first-stop-dia/

    News: Meet Isabel Lewis - Creative Practitioner

    Wednesday 22 March 2017

    Her occasions investigate how the subtle introduction of a word, sound, movement, or scent can shift perception and awaken the importance of being together...Previous Occasions have been presented at Shanghai Min… Continue Reading

  14. An American in Paris at the Dominion Theatre, London
Robert Fairchild and Leanne Cope
Photo: Tristram Kenton

    Review: Christopher Wheeldon - An American in Paris - Dominion Theatre

    Siobhan Murphy, Wednesday 22 March 2017 — Performance: 22 March - 30 September 2017

    I think this American in Paris proves problematic. For a dance to fully express a narrative moment it needs time to unravel – but this disrupts the musical’s flow and makes for pauses and longueurs. … Continue Reading

  15. James Cousins Company - Rosalind
Photo: David Foulkes

    Review: James Cousins Company - Rosalind - The Place

    Josephine Leask , Monday 20 March 2017 — Performance: Wednesday 15 to Saturday 18 March

    ...there’s a lot going on throughout the 60 minute piece, repetition and unison are welcome breaks and one such section is an orgiastic club scene; here the company dance flat out inside the confined space,… Continue Reading

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