Reviews

  1. Review: Requardt & Rosenberg - DeadClub - The Place

    Rhiannon Brace , Monday 18 September 2017 — Performance: 19 - 28 September 2017

    Both the design and stagecraft involved in the production is simply breathtaking and grabs your attention from the beginning. The use of the stage is truly creative; there is nothing creepier than watching perfo… Continue Reading

  2. Review: English National Ballet - Romeo and Juliet - Royal Festival Hall

    VIKKI JANE VILE, Tuesday 1 August 2017 — Performance:

    Alison McWhinney took ownership of the role of Rosaline in a elegant, ethereal performance. Her fleeting floating and purity of movement always eye-catching.  Continue Reading

  3. Review: Royal Ballet School Summer Performances

    Naomi Cockshutt, Saturday 1 July 2017 — Performance: 29 June - 9 July 2017

    Founded by Dame Ninette de Valois more than ninety years ago, The Royal Ballet School is one of the greatest centres of classical ballet training in the world. From the age of eleven, students train full-time in… Continue Reading

  4. Review: Alexander Whitley - 8 Minutes - Sadler's Wells

    , Wednesday 28 June 2017 — Performance: 27 - 28 June 2017

    Against this vivid setting, the dancers move like a murmuration across the stage. Continue Reading

  5. Kintsugi - James Keates

    Review: Transitions Dance Company - Triple Bill - Laban Theatre

    Rachel Nouchi, Tuesday 6 June 2017 — Performance: 30 May - 02 June

    The evening opened with a simple, but effective piece based on highly original material from choreographer, Charles Linehan, whereby he employed film footage from drones using the dancers as subjects to create ch… Continue Reading

  6. Zenaida Yanowsky as Marguerite in Marguerite and Armand © Tristram Kenton/ROH 2011

    Review: Royal Ballet - The Dream | Symphonic Variations | Marguerite and Armand

    Rachel Nouchi, Tuesday 6 June 2017 — Performance: 07 - 10 June

    The evening rolls out three one-act ballets of such diversity, it only highlights the choreographer's immense imagination and far reaching ability to distill the human experience through movement, whether th… Continue Reading

  7. Review: Frauke Requardt – Mothers – The Place

    Siobhan Murphy, Friday 2 June 2017 — Performance: May 31 -June 1 2017

    Reviewed Wednesday 31 May Motherhood is the subject of this latest work from the British-based German choreographer Frauke Requardt. There’s nothing cosy and comforting here, though: created with her fellow pe… Continue Reading

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