September 2008

  1. Rambert Dance Company in Eternal Light mixed bill at Lowry, coming to Sadler's Wells in November

    Press Review Mark Monahan, Telegraph, Tuesday 30 September 2008Performance Sep 08

    ‘That the piece largely alienated this critic from the start has little directly to do with Baldwin himself. Set to Howard Goodall’s specially commissioned modern requiem, its steps often display the sort of unforced musicality that anyone who’s seen (s… 

  2. Rambert Dance Company in Eternal Light mixed bill at Lowry, coming to Sadler's Wells in November

    Press Review Donald Hutera, Times, Tuesday 30 September 2008Performance Sep 08

    ‘I may not have been especially moved or enlightened by this first sighting of Rambert’s Requiem, but I cannot deny its razzle-dazzle.’  

  3. Olivier Awards

    News: The Olivier Awards need you!

    Tuesday 30 September 2008

    The Society of London Theatre (SOLT) are looking for people with a passion for dance to join the judging panel for the Olivier Awards. Each year ten members of the public join a team of professionals to decide w… Continue Reading

  4. Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, Rosas, Steve Reich Evening, Photo: Herman Sorgeloos

    Review: Rosas/Ictus in Steve Reich Evening at Sadler's Wells

    Sarah Frater, Tuesday 30 September 2008 — Performance: 29 & 30 Sep 08

    ‘Theatre?goers should let themselves be seduced by her (Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker) visual cashmere, and the ease of her dancers, modern-day goddesses one and all.’  Continue Reading

  5. News: Dance without walls

    Monday 29 September 2008

    In her second year at the helm of Dance Umbrella, Betsy Gregory is enjoying the advantages of being an organization independent of a particular venue. “It’s because we can operate outside walls that … Continue Reading

  6. Juliette Binoche and Akram Khan in In-i at National Theatre

    Press Review David Jays, Sunday Times, Monday 29 September 2008Performance in rep to 20 Oct 08

    ‘Binoche’s physical achievement is incredible: Khan is a master mover, but she keeps pace. She matches her steps to his bullish pace, playfully disrupting his determined patterns. .’ 

  7. Emanuel Gat Dance in Silent Ballet/Winter Voyaqe/Through the Centre at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review David Jays, Sunday Times, Monday 29 September 2008Performance 19 & 20 Sep 08

    ‘The Israeli-born, French-based choreographer Emanuel Gat displays a distinctive sensibility: liquid assemblages of feathery moves, cut with warped stylings and naturalistic gesture.’ 

  8. Morphoses - The Wheeldon Company in Programme 2: Six Fold Illuminate/Commedia/Fools’ Paradise at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Monday 29 September 2008Performance 24 - 27 Sep 08

    ‘In its burnished melancholy, the ballet [Fool’s Paradise’] is almost the dance equivalent of Keats.’  

  9. Morphoses - The Wheeldon Company in Programme 1 – Polyphonia/ Monotones II/ Other Dances/ Commedia at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Luke Jennings, Observer, Monday 29 September 2008Performance 24 - 27 Sep 08

    ‘His ballets don’t deal with dramatic stories or big issues; rather, they take a piece of music and use movement as a point of entry. He is drawn to ambiguity, to moments which give a fleeting impression of narrative but which, on closer inspection, reveal on… 

  10. Morphoses - The Wheeldon Company in Programme 2: Six Fold Illuminate/Commedia/Fools’ Paradise at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Mark Monahan, Telegraph, Monday 29 September 2008Performance 24 - 27 Sep 08

    ‘Commedia proves that Wheeldon’s muse is still very much alive and well, and Morphoses remains a venture to be proud of. One awaits their next visit with interest.’ 

  11. Morphoses - The Wheeldon Company in Programme 1 – Polyphonia/ Monotones II/ Other Dances/ Commedia at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Zoe Anderson, Independent, Monday 29 September 2008Performance 24 - 27 Sep 08

    ‘Wheeldon is clearly trying to reach new audiences, to reshape his company, but still finding out how to do it..’  

  12. Review: Morphoses - The Wheeldon Company in Programme 2: Six Fold Illuminate/Commedia/Fools’ Paradise at Sadler's Wells

    Graham Watts, Monday 29 September 2008 — Performance: 24 - 27 Sep 08

    Performance: 26 Sept This performance was a significant coming of age for Christopher Wheeldon’s troupe, being the first-ever all-Morphoses event with three works made specifically for the fledgling compa… Continue Reading

  13. The Place Prize winner 2008. Adam Linder in 'Foie Gras' with dancer Lorena Randi.

    News: And the winner is..

    Monday 29 September 2008

    Adam Linder, a 25 year old former Royal Ballet dancer won the £25,000 Place Prize on Saturday night. John Ashford, Theatre Director of The Place, Chair of the panel of judges and creator of the biennial prize, … Continue Reading

  14. Review: Emanuel Gat Dance in Silent Ballet/Winter Voyaqe/Through the Centre at Sadler's Wells

    Rachel Nouchi, Friday 26 September 2008 — Performance: 19 & 20 Sep 08

    In an adventurous move, Sadler’s Wells has thrown open the curtains to new contemporary talent rarely seen on the London, or UK stage. Sadler’s Wells Debut allows audiences to sample what may become … Continue Reading

  15. Morphoses - The Wheeldon Company in Programme 1 – Polyphonia/ Monotones II/ Other Dances/ Commedia at Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Friday 26 September 2008Performance 24 - 27 Sep 08

    ‘The programme opens with Polyphonia, created in 2001, but still astonishing in its logic and integrity.’  

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