Reviews

  1. 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

  2. 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

  3. https://www.whereishome.biz/

    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

  4. http://www.outofthisworldtour.co.uk/

    Mark Murphy’s VTOL - Out of This World - Peacock Theatre

    Rhiannon Brace, Monday 8 May 2017 — Performance: 1 - 3 May 2017

    The spectacular nature of this show is entertaining to watch and the mystery of what has happened to Ellen does keep you engaged with the action for two-thirds of the performance... Continue Reading

  5. Breakin' Convention 2017

    Carole Edrich, Friday 5 May 2017 — Performance:

    An ambitious and diverse combination of top-flight performances, intriguing workshops, fun learning and sharing spaces. Continue Reading

  6. Agudo Dance Company - Silk Road - Lilian Baylis Studio

    Tejas D. Rawal, Friday 5 May 2017 — Performance: 04 - 05 May 2017

    As Agudo’s hands intermittently wrangle between the exacting rhythmic palmas of Flamenco and the precise hasta mudras of Kathak, the audience are presented with the shared rigour and finesse of both forms.  Continue Reading

  7. Edward Watson as Crown Prince Rudolf and Iohna Loots as Princess Stephanie in Mayerling © ROH / Bill Cooper 2009

    The Royal Ballet - Mayerling

    Rachel Nouchi , Tuesday 2 May 2017 — Performance: 02 - 13 May

    Edward Watson triumphs with his feline, flexible serpent like moves. His fingers alone are mesmerising: taut and cajoling they bend, manipulate and curl around his female victims’ heads and bodies as if sc… Continue Reading

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