March 2009

  1. Antonio Gades

    Tuesday 3 March 2009

  2. Rocío Molina

    Tuesday 3 March 2009

  3. Gala Flamenca Mujeres

    Tuesday 3 March 2009

  4. Destino

    Tuesday 3 March 2009

    _ *Dance United and Sadler’s Wells join forces to present a collaboration between the worlds of professional and non-professional dance. Destino_ features new choreography from Russell Maliphant with Adam … Continue Reading

  5. Sylvie Guillem / Robert Lepage / Russell Maliphant in Eonnagata at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Sarah Frater, Evening Standard, Tuesday 3 March 2009Performance 26 Feb - 8 Mar 09

    ‘Many scenes look sumptuous, although this is largely the excellent costumes by Alexander McQueen. His red billowing cape and codpiece for Guillem, and military jackets for the trio, provide a potent visual narrative. Credit also to Michael Hulls’s evocati… 

  6. Sylvie Guillem / Robert Lepage / Russell Maliphant in Eonnagata at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Tuesday 3 March 2009Performance 26 Feb - 8 Mar 09

    ‘… while parts of the production are startlingly beautiful, touching and brave, parts betray the hesitancies of artists not fully in control of their medium.’  

  7. Ballet Black in Mixed Bill at Linbury Studio

    Press Review Jenny Gilbert, Independent on Sunday, Monday 2 March 2009Performance 25 & 26 Feb 09

    ‘For unflagging energy and unstoppable spirit, Ballet Black is phenomenal.’ 

  8. CandoCo Dance Company in The Perfect Human / Still at Queen Elizabeth Hall, Soutbankcentre

    Press Review David Dougill, Sunday Times, Monday 2 March 2009Performance 24 & 25 Feb 09

    ‘Shechter’s purpose seems to be an ironic examination of stereotypes. Less interesting is the range of movement: it takes second place to other devices.’ 

  9. Hofesh Shechter in In Your Rooms/Uprising: The Choreographer’s Cut at Roundhouse

    Press Review William McEvoy, The Stage, Monday 2 March 2009Performance 27 & 28 Feb 09

    ‘Hofesh Schechter’s thrilling double bill combines lyricism and intensity, mixing the intimate and the political in pieces that are boldly eclectic.’ 

  10. Hofesh Shechter in In Your Rooms/Uprising: The Choreographer’s Cut at Roundhouse

    Press Review Sanjoy Roy, Guardian, Monday 2 March 2009Performance 27 & 28 Feb 09

    ‘The introduction sets up the ambience as a dance gig rather than a concert: the musicians, raised high above the stage, warm up the crowd with pounding drums and chords, while lights rake the auditorium through clouds of smoke.’  

  11. Hofesh Shechter in In Your Rooms/Uprising: The Choreographer’s Cut at Roundhouse

    Press Review Sarah Frater, Evening Standard, Monday 2 March 2009Performance 27 & 28 Feb 09

    ‘Choreographically, Shechter riffs on ideas of protest and prayer via a wonderfully original vocabulary combining the gesture of religion and synchronicities of battle.’  

  12. Hofesh Shechter, 'The Choreographer's Cut' Roundhouse, 27-28 Feb. Photo: Ben Rudick

    Hofesh Shechter in In Your Rooms/Uprising: The Choreographer’s Cut at Roundhouse

    Mary Kate Connolly, Monday 2 March 2009 — Performance: 27 & 28 Feb 09

    A strange violence and force permeates Hofesh Schechter’s Uprising and *In Your Rooms*, redolent perhaps of the choreographer’s attitudes towards conflict and the eradication of individualism which c… Continue Reading

  13. Jean Abreu, Sound Affairs, 'Boulevard of Broken Dreams' 27-28 Feb, The Place

    Sound Affairs in Boulevard of Broken Dreams at The Place

    Katie Fish, Monday 2 March 2009 — Performance: 27 & 28 Feb 09

    Sound Affairs’ *Boulevard of Broken Dreams* is a live music and dance collaboration drawing on the talents of composer Charlie Barber, choreographer Jean Abreu, and The Mavron String Quartet. As the band,… Continue Reading

  14. Ballet Black, 25-28 Feb, Linbury Studio. Photo: Bill Cooper

    Ballet Black in Mixed Bill at Linbury Studio

    Katie Fish, Monday 2 March 2009 — Performance: 25 & 26 Feb 09

    Ballet Black’s impressive programme of new work began with Adam Scarlett’s Hinterland, set to Shostakovich’s unadorned score. Like the music, Scarlett’s choreography is also clean and sel… Continue Reading

  15. CandoCo Dance Company in The Perfect Human / Still at Queen Elizabeth Hall, Soutbankcentre

    Mary Kate Connolly, Monday 2 March 2009 — Performance: 24 & 25 Feb 09

    Candoco Dance Company’s new mixed bill is the result of collaborations with two fresh and at times provocative choreographers. The Perfect Human, choreographed by Hofesh Shechter is an edgy, troubling expl… Continue Reading

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