His muse is witchy, wild-haired Camille Bracher, here in the grip of some unspecified anguish as an eight-strong ensemble dips and weaves. The result is cryptic, but the choreographic impulse is true. I hope Blommaert and Bracher continue working together.
If somewhat lacking in dramatic passion or formal innovation, the stripped-down style nevertheless engenders its own pleasure and power: you register the poise and precision of these beautifully schooled dancers, and sense the inner life contained within them.
We have a pair of tickets to win to see BRB in a programme celebrating Director David Bintley's 20th anniversary with the company... Continue Reading
Physical Science is a perky introduction to the fundamentals of movement mixology. Three little pots of brightly coloured potion sit mysteriously centre stage... Continue Reading
I’d wager that I’m not the only one who’s glad that independent producer and The Print Room’s founding artistic director Anda Winters is investing in dance. This innately friendly theatre’s new home in… Continue Reading
Wayne McGregor is to create new world-class arts space at Here East in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, opening in 2106 Continue Reading
Yerbabuena’s artistry and stamina are remarkable and her haunting evocation of the dreamlike states of this mysterious woman in black provided an artistic experience to savour. Continue Reading
An enticing if tantalisingly ungraspable piece, Adieu shows Essakow revisiting the suggestive themes of last year’s Ignis: age, triangular relationships, fantasy, memory.
A great idea for your lunchbreak - how about watching a 45-minute feast of ballet treats right in the middle of Victoria? You can even bring your own sandwiches... Continue Reading