July 2007

  1. Dancing City at Canary Wharf

    Press Review Lyn Gardner, Guardian, Monday 2 July 2007Performance 23 June 07

    ‘The best pieces had subversive fun with the location: Nina Rajarani’s witty, Indian-inspired dance show Quick! depicted men in suits running out of time on the Reuters Plaza.’  

  2. Jyrki Karttunen in Human Imitations at The Place

    Press Review Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Monday 2 July 2007Performance 26 & 27 June 07

    ‘As the five men attempt to get their collective act together, their pratfalls, scraps and excitements develop into a very intimate, if eccentric, portrait of male community. Human Imitations may look like a piece about theatre, but it depicts a very real and be… 

  3. D.A.N.C.E. in McGregor/Flamand/Forsythe at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Monday 2 July 2007Performance 28 & 29 June 07

    ‘The apprentice cast perform heroically, and any company would be glad to hire them.’  

  4. Klaus Obermaier / London Philharmonic Orchestra / Marin Alsop in Rites at Royal Festival Hall

    Press Review David Dougill, Sunday Times, Monday 2 July 2007Performance 26-27 June 07

    ‘Clever, yes. As a concept, compelling. In parts, seriously weird. Obermaier’s work nonetheless lapses into computer-graphic cliché.’ 

  5. Klaus Obermaier / London Philharmonic Orchestra / Marin Alsop in Rites at Royal Festival Hall

    Press Review Jenny Gilbert, Independent on Sunday, Monday 2 July 2007Performance 26-27 June 07

    ‘Dance re-interpretations of The Rite are legion – I’ve seen maybe a dozen in the past five years – but none has seized the contemporary zeitgeist as imaginatively as this one, while remaining true, in many respects, to the original’s emotio… 

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