November 2015

  1. Birmingham Repertory Theatre - The Snowman - Peacock Theatre

    Press Review Jeffery Taylor, Sunday Express, Monday 30 November 2015Performance 25 November 2015 - 3 January 2016

    North, one of the most important dancers and dance makers of the UK’s current contemporary movement, has achieved the unattainable in this most flimsy piece of theatre. 

  2. Ballet Cymru - TIR / Celtic Concerto / Traces Imprinted - Lilian Baylis Studio Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 3Lyndsey Winship, Evening Standard, Monday 30 November 2015Performance 29 & 30 November, 2015

    The dancers join in, adding personality (especially the acrobatic Daisuke Miura), or just prettily extending an emotion or rhythm, like a live music video.  

  3. Russell Maliphant Company - Conceal | Reveal - Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 4Neil Norman, The Stage, Monday 30 November 2015Performance 26 - 28 November 2015

    In the outstanding Spiral Pass, the whorls of movement and dancing-on-ice centrifuges illustrate their alchemical combination of light and movement. 

  4. Russell Maliphant Company - Conceal | Reveal - Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 4Mark Monahan, The Telegraph, Monday 30 November 2015Performance 26 - 28 November 2015

    Conceal | Reveal is an evening of dazzling physical poetry that leaves you at once rejoicing in Maliphant and Hull’s long partnership and craving the next 20 years, too. 

  5. Russell Maliphant Company - Conceal | Reveal - Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 3Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Monday 30 November 2015Performance 26 - 28 November 2015

    Dana Fouras dances a duet with her own shadow, which expands and shrinks to dreamlike effect. Music and movement are coloured with exoticism, ancestral spirits hover near the edges of Fouras’s powerful performance.  

  6. IMG Legion - winners of the first London Dance Championships. Photo: Rahil Ahmad

    News: East London based IMD Legion win first London Dance Championships

    Monday 30 November 2015 by carmel smith

    Ufest, a festival of culture for and by young people (aged 14-25) took over the Queen Elizabeth Olympic park in a mashup of music, dance, comedy and politics last weekend... Continue Reading

  7. Nora in Jonathan Burrows  Matteo Fargion's 'Eleanor And Flora Music'. Photo: Camilla Greenwell

    Review: Nora invites Aggiss, Burrows, Fargion and Tanguy - Lilian Baylis Studio Sadler's Wells

    Josephine Leask, Monday 30 November 2015 — Performance: 26 & 27 November 2015

    It’s great to see Eleanor Sikorski & Flora Wellesley Wesley,these performers with their feisty, feminist agenda owning the stage, rather than decorating it... Continue Reading

  8. Nora invites Aggiss, Burrows, Fargion and Tanguy - Lilian Baylis Studio Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 2Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Sunday 29 November 2015Performance 26 & 27 November 2015

    By the end of their show, we find out they are intellectually curious, funny and rude, possessed of chameleon stage talents and a taste for risk. 

  9. Leila MacMillan's 'Family Portrait'

    Interview: It's joyful. It's social. It's global....

    Friday 27 November 2015 by carmel smith

    Leila McMillan tells us about Flying Low and Passing Through technnique, running an award winning cafe - and her Wild Card evening at Sadler's Wells next week (3 Dec)... Continue Reading

  10. Motionhouse. Photo: Katja Orgin

    News: British Dance Edition in Wales, 2016

    Thursday 26 November 2015 by carmel smith

    British Dance Edition, the biennial showcase of UK dance is taking place in Wales for the first time next year. The event is organised by Coreo Cymru, a newly formed consortium and will take place across four v… Continue Reading

  11. Emerging Choreographer: Carrie-Anne Ingrouille

    News: Dance London Inspires! Awards announced

    Wednesday 25 November 2015 by carmel smith

    Carrie-Anne Ingrouille, C12 Dance Theatre and Creation Box studio were amongst the winners at a new dance awards event, set up to honour those making an impact in the development of dance...  Continue Reading

  12. Still from Rosemary Lee and Roswitha Chesher’s  'Liquid Gold is the Air'.

    News: Screen dance award for Rosemary Lee and Roswitha Chesher

    Wednesday 25 November 2015 by carmel smith

    Their film 'Liquid Gold is the Air', part of a commission for IF: Milton Keynes International Festival in 2014, won the overall festival prize at Light Moves in Ireland last week... Continue Reading

  13. Ensemble in 'The Warrior Women of Yang', China National Peking Opera Company

    Review: China National Peking Opera Company - Warrior Women of Yang - Sadler’s Wells

    Graham Watts, Wednesday 25 November 2015 — Performance: 19 - 22 November 2015

    Jingju is an art form that defies western categorisation although I found it to be surprisingly accessible. This is not least due to the vibrancy of colour in the elaborate costumes... Continue Reading

  14. Aakash Odedra in 'Murmur'. Photo: Sean Goldthorp

    Review: Aakash Odedra Company - Murmur 2.0 - The Place

    Sarah Kent, Tuesday 24 November 2015 — Performance: 20 & 21 November 2015

    It's a compelling evocation of mental turmoil; yet Aakesh (with two "A"s) Odedra is such a fine dancer that he makes the clever ideas and visual fireworks seem superfluous. I’d happily watch … Continue Reading

  15. Aakash Odedra Company - Murmur 2.0 - The Place

    Press Review 2Zoe Anderson, Independent, Monday 23 November 2015Performance 20 & 21 November 2015

    Murmur 2.0 has an impressive star and an important subject, which doesn’t add up to a strong work. Aakash Odedra’s exploration of his own dyslexia gets bogged down in elaborate staging. 

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