March 2012

  1. Ballet Black at the Linbury Studio Theatre

    Press Review Jenny Gilbert, Independent, Sunday 4 March 2012Performance 29 Feb - 7 March 2012

    Christopher Hampson delivers a stylish narrative, responding with gusto to a selection of Kurt Weill numbers, sleazy and bracing by turns. But just as original, and as much fun, is Jonathan Watkins’s duet Together, Alone  

  2. Richard Alston Dance Company at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Jenny Gilbert, Sun.Independent, Sunday 4 March 2012Performance 29 Feb & 1 Mar 2012

    Sturdy belief calls out jubilant movement, and Alston does that beautifully.  

  3. Blanca Li and the Elektro Kif company

    Review: Elektro Kif at the Queen Elizabeth Hall

    Lise Smith, Saturday 3 March 2012 — Performance: 2 - 3 March 2012

    Born in the Paris suburbs, Electro is a relative newcomer to the streetdance scene. Combining elements of b-boying, waacking, vogueing and popping, Electro is a fast, showy and energetic style with its roots in … Continue Reading

  4. Ballet Black at the Linbury Studio Theatre

    Press Review 4Zoe Anderson, Independent, Friday 2 March 2012Performance 29 Feb - 7 March 2012

    This is a taut evening of new work by rising and established choreographers, fluently staged and danced.  

  5. Ballet Black at the Linbury Studio Theatre

    Press Review 3Clifford Bishop, Evening Standard, Friday 2 March 2012Performance 29 Feb - 7 March 2012

    Pancho has developed a professional, accomplished outfit, and in Damien Johnson and Cira Robinson she has a couple whose charisma and sex appeal should be able to draw crowds to any stage in the country.  

  6. Richard Alston Dance Company at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 4Clement Crisp, Financial Times, Friday 2 March 2012Performance 29 Feb & 1 Mar 2012

    It is dance contemplative rather than narrative, unobtrusively faithful to its theme as to its score, and powerful because of that.  

  7. Interview: Bawren Tavaziva

    Thursday 1 March 2012 by Carmel Smith

    Sensual Africa grew out of a trip to Malawi - "What struck & intrigued me from the beginning was how untouched & unaffected it is by the UK & America, the rawness and roots of the country is so rich... Continue Reading

  8. Ballet Black 'Storyville' Photo: Steve Schofield

    Review: Ballet Black at the Linbury Studio Theatre

    Graham Watts, Thursday 1 March 2012 — Performance: 29 Feb - 7 March 2012

    My admiration for Cassa Pancho and her company knows no bounds. Embarking on its eleventh year, Ballet Black opened its 2012 season with four world premieres by “Premier League” choreographers with t… Continue Reading

  9. Review: Richard Alston Dance Company at Sadler's Wells

    Laura Dodge, Thursday 1 March 2012 — Performance: 29 Feb & 1 Mar 2012

    This programme demonstrates precisely why Alston’s choreograph is so captivating to audiences. His dancers are skilled, forceful & vivacious and movements effervesce in seamless collaboration with their… Continue Reading

  10. Interview: David Ledger, NDT2

    Thursday 1 March 2012 by Hannah Dye

    NDT2 perform at Saldler's Wells next week and we caught up with David Ledger, currently the only English Dancer in the company which develops young dancers. Continue Reading

  11. News: Artists International Development Fund opens for applications

    Thursday 1 March 2012 by Sarah Golding

    A joint three-year programme between the British Council and Arts Council England which will support individual artists based in England to work internationally opened for applications on 1 March 2012. The Arti… Continue Reading

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