This ballet’s feel-good factor is inbuilt through Osbert Lancaster’s wonderfully colourful and highly-stylised cartoon-book designs and in Jack Lanchbery’s vivid, summer-fuelled arrangement of … Continue Reading
Internationally acclaimed choreographer Russell Maliphant has launched a new Education Programme. It offers venues, youth companies, schools (from Key Stage 4 upwards), colleges and universities the chance to a… Continue Reading
Watching OCD Love, it’s striking how perfectly music and choreography can reflect the obsessive-compulsive state. Hilborn’s poem describes a life punctuated and hyperextended by ritual: “At night, she’d lay in bed and watch me turn all the lights o…
Jeannot Painchaud’s company have taken its usual theatrics and re-envisioned them for a kind of street dance-influenced, hip hop-inspired, cyberpunk city of the future.
As his style is refined and his structure honed, he will further develop his creative process, already so full of pace, poise and promise.... Continue Reading
Asifa Lahore, Britain’s first out Muslim drag queen, is as dazzling as she is outrageous, tripping on to the stage in a burqa before delivering a smouldering song medley in a cocktail frock (“Make me cook, make me clean, Asian men are so mean…)
Across four programmes in this London season they perform 10 different works, touching on ritual and lamentation, spirituality, celebration and infectious grooves
A series of short numbers set to a gospel and blues soundtrack, this Ailey staple first performed in 1960, still has an irrepressible joie de vivre.
The most influential people in dance in London during 2016 have been named in this year’s 'The Progress 1000'. Continue Reading