1. Feature: George Piper Dances

    Friday 7 April 2006

    George Piper dancesCritics Choice******Queen Elizabeth Hall, March 03*Review by Katie Phillips George Piper dances are not only exceptionally talented – they are also very clever. Before the performance ha… Continue Reading

  2. Feature: Compagnia Nacional de Danza

    Friday 7 April 2006

    Compania Nacional de DanzaSadler’s Wells Theatre, March 25-29Reviewed by Francisco Javier Orjales-Mourente Nacho Duato’s reputation as a master of musicality precedes him. However, after an exhilarat… Continue Reading

  3. Feature: Online gift ideas

    Friday 7 April 2006

    A selection of gift ideas available to order online. There are plenty more items to choose from on the following websites, so set aside some time to have a good surf! *Clothing!! * w“ww.dans-ez.com”:… Continue Reading

  4. Feature: Introdans Ensemble

    Friday 7 April 2006

    Introdans Ensemble video clip from Beasts Scary beasts, sweet beasts, crazy beasts and strange beasts are brought to life with humour and vitality in a delicious feast of high quality dance from the Netherlands… Continue Reading

  5. Feature: George Piper Dances, 'Torsion'

    Friday 7 April 2006

    After completely sold-out performances last October, Sylvie Guillem, Billy Trevitt and Michael Nunn are back with their extraordinary programme of work by Russell Maliphant. See a video clip of Torsion featurin… Continue Reading

  6. Feature: The Company

    Friday 7 April 2006

    The DVD of Robert Altman’s film will be released later this month (RRP £19.99) Throughout a distinguished career, Robert Altman has surprised, entertained and challenged audiences with vibrant, freewheel… Continue Reading

  7. Feature: Rambert Dance Company

    Friday 7 April 2006

    Rambert Dance Company Sadler’s Wells, 2 – 6 Nov The mixed programme includes Elsa Canasta by Javier De Frutos. Sexual chemistry bursts out of this vibrant and witty interpretation of Cole Porter̵… Continue Reading

  8. Feature: Robert Cohan & Darshan Singh Bhuller

    Friday 7 April 2006

    Next month Phoenix Dance Theatre come to Sadler’s Wells with a mixed bill of work which includes Forest. It was made by Robert Cohan, the Founder of London Contemporary Dance Theatre, in 1977. Darshan Si… Continue Reading

  9. Feature: Stationary dancing

    Friday 7 April 2006

    The idea of dancing here, outside Tie Rack and surrounded by people I didn’t know was surprisingly nerve racking. Half of me was worried that when the time came I would chicken out. I had been paranoid abo… Continue Reading

  10. Feature: Matthew Bourne's 'Highland Fling'

    Friday 7 April 2006

    Matthew Bourne’s subtitles his imaginative reworking of the classic romantic ballet La Sylphide ‘a romantic wee ballet’. View a clip here. Large file size (suitable for Broadband)**“Wind… Continue Reading

  11. Feature: londondance.com users survey

    Friday 7 April 2006

    Earlier this year we carried out our first online survey on londondance.com We wanted to find out more about the way that you use the site – what you like, or don’t like and how we can continue to … Continue Reading

  12. Feature: James Thierree

    Friday 7 April 2006

    La Veillée des Abysses A magically surreal show in which bodies and objects collide in an explosion of visual poetry. In a superb display of clowning, Thiérrée transforms commonplace actions into brilliant c… Continue Reading

  13. Feature: British Dance Edition 2006

    Friday 7 April 2006

    British Dance Edition, the showcase of the best of British dance is taking place in Leeds over the next few days (9 – 11 February). It is aimed at promoters in the UK and abroad, but some of the performanc… Continue Reading

  14. Feature: Rambert's 75th.

    Friday 7 April 2006

    75 Years of Rambert DanceOn 15 June 1926, the visionary Polish dance teacher, MARIE RAMBERT, presented a short ballet by her pupil Frederick Ashton at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, marking the birth of what w… Continue Reading

  15. Feature: Forum

    Friday 7 April 2006

    ForumWe’ve got together with Criticaldance.com to create an area where you can post your thoughts and read other peoples comments on dance in London. Once you’ve registered, you have access to all t… Continue Reading


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