October 2007

  1. Isaac Julien & Russell Maliphant in Cast No Shadow at Sadler's Wells

    Libby Costello, Thursday 4 October 2007 — Performance: 3 & 4 Oct 2007

    Dance and film have grown firm friends over the past few decades, with technological advances and artistic foresight paving the way for the collaboration between the filmmaker Isaac Julien and choreographer Russ… Continue Reading

  2. Hofesh Shechter in Uprising/In Your Rooms at Sadler's Wells

    Lindsey Clarke, Tuesday 2 October 2007 — Performance: 28 - 29 September 07

    The climax of Hofesh Shechter’s unique commission to create a new work and develop it over three instalments at London’s premier dance venues was abuzz and sold out at Sadler’s Wells on Friday.… Continue Reading

  3. Hofesh Shechter in Uprising/In Your Rooms at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Debra Craine, The Times, Tuesday 2 October 2007Performance 28 - 29 September 07

    ‘What is so remarkable is how fluid the phrasing manages to be, and how mesmerising its dynamic.’  

  4. Hofesh Shechter in Uprising/In Your Rooms at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Mark Monahan, Telegraph, Tuesday 2 October 2007Performance 28 - 29 September 07

    “With two newly added dancers giving it extra heft, and the large Sadler’s stage at last giving it room to breathe, it [In Your Rooms] snaps between abstract vignettes and images with the speed of a cinematic jump-cut.” 

  5. Hofesh Shechter in Uprising/In Your Rooms at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Tuesday 2 October 2007Performance 28 - 29 September 07

    ‘the work is choreographed with such verve that its effect is almost ecstatic. Shechter possesses a ferocious sense of rhythm, and with his own score amplifying the choreography’s pulse, the stage thrums with energy.’  

  6. Hofesh Shechter in Uprising/In Your Rooms at Sadler's Wells

    Libby Costello, Tuesday 2 October 2007 — Performance: 28 - 29 September 07

    The brilliance of Shechter’s choreography relied upon the key to every solid piece, simplicity. The dancers had something to say and said it, through movement that could speak volumes. The performance show… Continue Reading

  7. Estampas Porteñas in Tango Fire at Peacock Theatre

    Libby Costello, Tuesday 2 October 2007 — Performance: 18 - 29 Sep 07

    Tango Fire, a title that plays on all of the traditional imagery of the dance form stayed with many of these clichéd ideas throughout the first half of the performance. Choreographed Tango, although needed for … Continue Reading

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