Reviews

  1. Rina Kanehara and Aitor Arrieta performing the Esmeralda pas de deux (c) Laurent Liotardo

    Review: English National Ballet - Emerging Dancer - Sadler's Wells

    Naomi Cockshutt, Friday 26 May 2017 — Performance: 25 May 2017

    Accompanied by English National Ballet Philharmonic and conducted by Gavin Sutherland, the rivals each perform a classical pas de deux as well as a contemporary solo.  Continue Reading

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    Review: Darren Johnston - Zero Point - Barbican

    Samantha Whitaker, Friday 26 May 2017 — Performance: 25 - 27 May 2017

    The dancers are all exceptional. Their tight, sinewy bodies are perfectly aligned and move with exquisite grace and control through the tough, slow-moving sequences.  Continue Reading

  3. Review: Jakop Ahlbom Company - Horror - The Peacock

    Rhiannon Brace, Thursday 25 May 2017 — Performance: 23 May - 10 June 2017

    If you love the theatre then, whether or not you enjoy the content of the show, you will appreciate Horror’s set design, use of props and talented performers. From the moment the show begins, it's tric… Continue Reading

  4. Review: Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui - Milonga - Sadler's Wells

    VIKKI JANE VILE, Thursday 25 May 2017 — Performance: 22-24 May 2017

    The marriage of tango with contemporary is not an entirely happy one, tango fans will feel the contemporary additions sit uncomfortably and vice versa. However, with spirited live music and atmospheric touches ev… Continue Reading

  5. Review: Boris Charmatz - Musée de la danse — danse de nuit

    Josephine Leask, Monday 22 May 2017 — Performance: 17 - 20 May

    Charmatz succeeds in producing a harsh and questioning work which responds to the violence and uncertainty of the current cultural climate. However, while it fascinates, it also alienates.  Continue Reading

  6. Review: Royal Ballet - The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude / Tarantella / Strapless / Symphonic Dances

    VIKKI JANE VILE, Monday 22 May 2017 — Performance: 23 - 31 May

    Although, the inclusion of the Wheeldon piece is jarring in a bill that features no other linear narratives, this is a largely enjoyable and varied evening of contemporary ballet. Continue Reading

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    Review: State of Emergency - WHERE IS HOME? - Rich Mix

    Asterope Tia Chatzinikola, Monday 8 May 2017 — Performance: 6 May 2017

    Where Is Home is one of those composite performances that distract you, confuse you and finally win you over... Continue Reading

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