1. Alexander Whitley & Natalie Allen in 'Pattern Recognition'. Photo: Hugo Glendinning

    Review: Alexander Whitley - Pattern Recognition - Platform Theatre

    Graham Watts, Wednesday 27 April 2016 — Performance: 8 April 2016

    Pattern Recognition is the next stage in an evolution of Whitley's digitally-enhanced dance, moving on from 'The Measures Taken', his collaboration with the digital arts studio, Marshmallow Laser Feast... Continue Reading

  2. Royal Ballet - Winter's Tale - Royal Opera House

    Press Review 4Luke Jennings, Observer, Wednesday 27 April 2016Performance

    As Hermione, Calvert displays an impressive dramatic range, and dancing of smooth and measured beauty. Her balances are serene and her leitmotif arabesque turns perfectly pitched 

  3. Protein Dance - 'May Contain Food'. Photo: Chris Nash.

    Review: Protein Dance - May Contain Food - The Place

    Sarah Kent, Monday 25 April 2016 — Performance: 20 April - 7 May 2016

    Among all the chaos, the most satisfying moments come when the performers join together to create a cacophony of farmyard sounds – mooing, clucking, bleating and grunting – and to sing... Continue Reading

  4. Barely Methodical Troupe - Kin - Roundhouse

    Press Review 4Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard, Monday 25 April 2016Performance 20 - 24 April 2016

    Their bodies are their main building blocks and they use them tremendously effectively, at one point constructing vertiginous human towers. 

  5. Balletboyz - Life - Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 4Vanessa Keys, The Telegraph, Monday 25 April 2016Performance 20 - 24 April 2016

    BalletBoyz are one of today’s genuine ensemble companies, and de Frutos has used their chemistry to his and their advantage, delivering choreography so effortless that it looks entirely improvised.  

  6. Desert Dancer - Picturehouse Central

    Press Review 2Wendy Ide, Guardian, Monday 25 April 2016Performance 23, 26 & 28 April 2016

    Afshin (Reece Ritchie) finds a band of like-minded creatives at university in Tehran and decides to ride the wave of political and social optimism that coincides with the 2009 election and form a dance company. 

  7. Balletboyz - Life - Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 4Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Friday 22 April 2016Performance 20 - 24 April 2016

    The first of the two works, by Pontus Lidberg, makes me want to see everything that the choreographer has made. The second, by Javier De Frutos, is funnier than any dance I’ve seen in ages. 


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