Despite the relatively small stage of Wilton’s, Bruce uses its depths to great atmospheric effect. The sound of the sea echoes around the auditorium and, as the dancers emerge out of the smoke and darkness,… Continue Reading
The publicity material shows the dancers rolling about on loose soil, a promising image for a piece about the earth and our relationship with it. Unfortunately, not a speck of dirt sullies Sofie Lachaert and Luc … Continue Reading
The fiery, fiesta form of flamenco baile in its purest essence, handed down through five generations of the same family. Continue Reading
All in all, it’s a patchy though certainly stimulating evening; the performers who most snagged my attention were singer Encarna Anillo and guitarist Román Vicenti.
Donald Hutera introduces the "fertile and frankly fabulous array of vital, varied female talent" he has in store for a new venue for dance in NW10 on 8 March... Continue Reading
. . . beneath the (intentional) scrappiness this is a bold and brave performance, especially from Morgan, and it grows into to something searingly honest and genuinely moving.
The largely impressionistic narrative is delivered through Gautreau – danced with ferocious precision and hard-edged sexuality by Natalia Osipova
"Tango is much more internal than external. Its magic lies in the internal journey the dancer goes through. We have to focus on this when creating new pieces..." Continue Reading
The Royal Ballet’s current triple bill, showcasing the work of its associate choreographer Christopher Wheeldon, shows the company at its brightest and best.
Some performances are outstanding, not only from Baras but from the big buccaneering Serrano, and from singer Israel Fernandez, who couches the rasping poetry of flamenco in a voice of extraordinary vibrating sweetness.