1. Liam Burke & Michelle Buckley in Voices of the Amazon. Image by Johan Persson

    Sisters Grimm is back with Voices of the Amazon

    Tuesday 20 June 2017

    We speak to choreographer Helen Pickett about bringing the colour and energy of the Amazon to life through movement.  Continue Reading

  2. Rendering, The Sackler Courtyard at night (c) AL_A

    Botis Seva to create special commission for V&A Reveal festival

    Tuesday 20 June 2017

    Award-winning choreographer Botis Seva, known for his experimental and theatrical take on hip hop, will create a special commission for the opening of the V&A Exhibition Road Quarter with alumni from the Nat… Continue Reading

  3. 21CC Mother Son by Niall Walker

    The Ballad of the Apathetic Son and his Narcissistic Mother

    Tuesday 20 June 2017

    We argue sometimes even when we are performing, I guess you can only do that with your mum. I love it but wouldn't tell my pals!  Continue Reading

  4. Geoff McGarry

    10 classes for older dancers in London

    Monday 19 June 2017

    Classes in London to keep you moving, whatever your age. Continue Reading

  5. Shobana Jeyasingh creating with Company of Elders. Image by Johan Persson

    Shobana Jeyasingh on choreographing for older dancers

    Monday 19 June 2017

    Bodies in any studio are in different stages of ageing. Some are more extreme than others and I have to factor that in the creation of movement. Continue Reading

  6. Your weekly London dance guide

    Monday 19 June 2017

    From improvisation class to supper clubs we've got your week in dance wrapped-up.  Continue Reading

  7. Dance 'has made me feel that I’m free' - Magpie Dance Highfliers

    Tuesday 13 June 2017

    Operations Manager, Jessica Lucy Richards, reports on Magpie Dance Company Highfliers spectacular encounter with the Swans  Continue Reading


    Tuesday 13 June 2017

    Bringing the best of contemporary choreography to the capital  Continue Reading

  9. Your weekly London dance guide

    Saturday 10 June 2017

    From Foxtrots to films we've got your week in dance wrapped-up.  Continue Reading

  10. Obibini - Carole Edrich

    Obibini: A no-spoilers photo review

    Friday 9 June 2017

    A no-spoilers review of Obibini, an immersive dance theatre production created by Spoken Movement at Redbridge Drama Centre Continue Reading

  11. Kintsugi - James Keates

    Transitions Dance Company - Triple Bill - Laban Theatre

    Rachel Nouchi, Tuesday 6 June 2017 — Performance: 30 May - 02 June

    The evening opened with a simple, but effective piece based on highly original material from choreographer, Charles Linehan, whereby he employed film footage from drones using the dancers as subjects to create ch… Continue Reading

  12. Zenaida Yanowsky as Marguerite in Marguerite and Armand © Tristram Kenton/ROH 2011

    Royal Ballet - The Dream | Symphonic Variations | Marguerite and Armand

    Rachel Nouchi, Tuesday 6 June 2017 — Performance: 07 - 10 June

    The evening rolls out three one-act ballets of such diversity, it only highlights the choreographer's immense imagination and far reaching ability to distill the human experience through movement, whether th… Continue Reading

  13. Frauke Requardt – Mothers – The Place

    Siobhan Murphy, Friday 2 June 2017 — Performance: May 31 -June 1 2017

    Reviewed Wednesday 31 May Motherhood is the subject of this latest work from the British-based German choreographer Frauke Requardt. There’s nothing cosy and comforting here, though: created with her fellow pe… Continue Reading

  14. Nothing but Time - James Keates

    Charles Linehan 'Nothing but Time is starkly atmospheric and choreographically playful; it was fun to make.'

    Thursday 1 June 2017

    In this piece I feature a single and powerful directional light that casts shadows much in the way that I filmed footage for the Shadow Drone Project in the late afternoon sunlight.  Continue Reading

  15. Compass Live - Meet the Chair

    Tuesday 30 May 2017

    Finding resources to make an idea come reality in the arts is a key part of the work, and commissioning helps start new projects with substantial funds. And it creates a bond between the commissioner and the arti… Continue Reading


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