Derek Deane’s arena production is a showy ballet. It may not be for the purists but it is a stunning and rewarding spectacle... Continue Reading
'Betroffenheit' is German for the numbness and inertia triggered by severe shock and the work explores the emotional desert occupied by those suffering from post traumatic stress disorder... Continue Reading
With echoes of early David Lynch movies, Edvard Munch and even a touch of Hieronymous Bosch in the agonised groupings, this raises dance-theatre to an entirely new level. Not so much an entertainment as an exorcism.
… a two-hour piece of dance theatre, which addresses the experience of human suffering with raw and heroic brilliance.
This is a piece full of brains, craft and atmosphere.
Josephine Leask travels to Margate to review Agis' work created in 1983, reset for the exhibition 'Seeing Round Corners'... Continue Reading
Wayne McGregor’s new piece, 'Obsidian Tear', is the first Royal Ballet piece to have been created on an all-male cast... It’s a curious piece, flitting between robust maleness, cool androgyn… Continue Reading
Lengths of paper are taped to two of the walls while a screen covers the third. Centre stage is a trolley bearing a video camera and projector while two tea chests, a gorilla suit and a red puffer jacket complete… Continue Reading
dotdotdot’s interrogations are intelligent, refreshing and compelling to watch - the dancers thrill through their obvious love and understanding of this form. Continue Reading