1. Liz Aggiss 'Slap and Tickle' Photo: Joe Murray

    Review: Liz Aggiss - Slap and Tickle - The Place

    Sarah Kent, Wednesday 22 June 2016 — Performance: 17 & 18 June 2016

    Wearing a voluminous gold dress and dangling a rag doll, Liz Aggiss stands tall. She is an imposing presence, but her stature is not just a matter of physique; its a challenge, a statement that she is in command Continue Reading

  2. Alain Platel, Frank Van Laecke & Steven Prengels — En avant, marche! - Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 4Rachel Elderkin, The Stage, Tuesday 21 June 2016Performance 12 - 16 June 2016

    Poignant, funny and outrageous dance theatre, as entertaining as it is life affirming 

  3. Zik'r - The Mystical Path of Flamenco from India to Seville - Peacock Theatre

    Press Review 3Rachel Elderkin, The Stage, Tuesday 21 June 2016Performance 14 - 18 June 2016

    Francisco Hidalgo’s solo tingles with passion as he shimmies at incredible speed. These moments of pure Flamenco are the saving grace of the show, as is Kathak dancer Ash Mukherjee, who twirls his body in a swirling storm. 

  4. English National Ballet - Swan Lake In the Round - Royal Albert Hall

    Press Review 4Luke Jennings, Observer, Tuesday 21 June 2016Performance 1 - 12 June 2016

    Configured for the vast auditorium of the Royal Albert Hall, it features no fewer than 60 swans. When they make their first entrance, wave after wave of them, it’s awesome. To see them move and breathe as one is also profoundly touching. 

  5. The McOnie Company - Jekyll & Hyde - The Old Vic

    Press Review 4Lyndsey Winship, Evening Standard, Wednesday 15 June 2016Performance 24 - 28 May 2016

    Director Drew McOnie is a musical theatre whizz, and this is his first major show for his own company. A clever choreographer of unstoppable energy, his dance is full of wit, zip and zest, and a lot of leg.  

  6. Royal Ballet - Obsidian Tear | The Invitation | Within the Golden Hour - Royal Opera House

    Press Review 4Lyndsey Winship, Evening Standard, Wednesday 15 June 2016Performance 28 May - 11 June 2016

    Obsidian Tear is full of jumps and curves and classical poise, its all-male cast moving with muscular fluidity, like balletic samurai, to the swell and retreat of Esa-Pekka Salonen’s score. 

  7. The Slovak National Folklore Ballet, Lucnica. Photo: P. Brenkus Karicka

    Review: The Slovak National Folklore Ballet, Lúcnica - Barbican

    Siobhan Murphy, Wednesday 15 June 2016 — Performance: 11 June 2016

    The Barbican concert hall was packed with a largely Slovakian, hugely appreciative crowd for what was, at times, a bewilderingly energetic display of folk fantasia... Continue Reading


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