Reviews

  1. English National Ballet Giselle, Akram Khan - Dancer Tamara Rojo Photo 
Photo: Jason Bell

    Review: Akram Khan and English National Ballet - Giselle

    Graham Watts, Monday 21 November 2016 — Performance:

    Wow, wow and, thrice, wow! Here’s to a new masterpiece of neoclassical dance. Akram Khan has reimagined one of the most popular ballets in such a unique way that his Giselle seems destined to become a cl… Continue Reading

  2. The Royal Ballet, Wayne McGregor - Chroma / Multiverse / Carbon Life - The Royal Opera House

    Press Review 4Judith Mackrell, The Guardian, Monday 21 November 2016Performance

    Images of catastrophe inform McGregor’s newest ballet. Multiverse is in two sections, the first of which is set to Steve Reich’s 1965 score It’s Gonna Rain, which converts the fiercely apocalyptic sermon of a street preacher into loops of rhythmic sound.… 

  3. Akram Khan and English National Ballet - Giselle

    Press Review 5Zoë Anderson , The Independent, Monday 21 November 2016Performance

    Akram Khan’s new Giselle is a work of immense confidence and scouring anger. Reimagining one of ballet’s most-loved classics, the story of a village girl betrayed by a nobleman, this production is another big, ambitious risk taken by English National Ballet un… 

  4. Review: The Royal Ballet, Wayne McGregor - Chroma / Multiverse / Carbon Life - The Royal Opera House

    , Monday 21 November 2016 — Performance: 10 - 19 November 2016

    That Wayne McGregor is still live and firing exercises at the dancers of The Royal Ballet, ever expanding how they can move their bodies in wondrous ways, ten years’ on from his somewhat controversial appo… Continue Reading

  5. New English Ballet Theatre 2016
Photo: Patrick Baldwin

    Review: New English Ballet Theatre — Quint-essential: Five New Ballets - Peacock Theatre

    Naomi Cockshutt, Monday 21 November 2016 — Performance: 9 - 12 November

    Celebrating their fifth anniversary New English Ballet Theatre (NEBT) return to the Peacock Theatre with fourteen dancers to present a programme of five newly commissioned ballets accompanied by a live orchestra.… Continue Reading

  6. English National Ballet - Akram Khan's Giselle - Sadler’s Wells

    Press Review 4LYNDSEY WINSHIP , , Wednesday 16 November 2016Performance 15 - 19 November

    This radical reworking of a classic is a triumph...How timely that Akram Khan's Giselle begins with a wall. A giant wall, the peasant workers trapped on one side, the powerful on the other, reminiscent of the costumed aristocracy of The Capitol in the Hunger Games, o… 

  7. Jean Abreu - A Thread - Southbank Centre

    Review: Jean Abreu Dance - A Thread - Southbank Centre

    Rachel Elderkin, Wednesday 9 November 2016 — Performance: Friday 4 November 2016

    Jean Abreu is a British-Brazilian choreographer. His latest work A Thread was inspired by the work of Sao-Paulo based visual artist and sculptor Elisa Bracher and the resulting piece feels part art installation, … Continue Reading

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