Akram Khan, despite the potent fluidity of his masque-like narrative with Honji Wang, was a cherry, albeit a very beautiful one, on a largely musical cake
In her veritable toccata of a solo, Wang played her body like a keyboard, each bone and joint as singular as the notes of a piano.
Further dates have been announced for Sylvie Guillem’s final dance programme Life in Progress. In London, in addition to the sold out performances at Sadler’s Wells (where she is an Associate Artist) in May… Continue Reading
Obraztsova’s sweet lyricism draws qualities of vulnerability and inwardness from McRae’s cool finesse that many other ballerinas fail to elicit, and between them they have an exceptional musical and physical rapport.
The Artistic Director of Birmingham Royal Ballet talks about 'Carmina Burana'his first work for the company, coming to the London Coliseum this week Continue Reading
Watching ENB perform William Forsythe is a bit like hearing a convent girl swear. It’s not really in the company’s DNA. But the nine-strong cast give Forsythe’s In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated their best shot, and it’s a joy to see them let rip.
New research confirms that dance classes are good for more than just your muscles... Continue Reading
Couples meet in randomly impassioned quarrels or embraces; individuals hurl imprecations to invisible gods or lose themselves in games of skipping. The atmosphere is archaic and oddly haunting.