Reviews

  1. Whirligig Cinema.

    Review: Frame - Whirlgig Cinema - Making Tracks & Consequences - Rose Theatre

    Philippa Newis, Monday 13 June 2016 — Performance: 11 June 2016

    Making Tracks takes ten existing dance shorts and presents them with re-imagined soundtracks. It is fascinating experience...  Continue Reading

  2. Lucy Carter | Michael Hulls | Nitin Sawhney - No Body - Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 4Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Monday 13 June 2016Performance 7 - 12 June 2016

    Visually, the piece is a marvel – and for anyone who has previously observed Hulls’ lighting from the audience, the magic lies in experiencing something of what it feels like to perform in it. 

  3. Michael Hulls' 'LightSpace' - part of No Body at Sadler's Wells. Photo: Chantal Guevara

    Review: Lucy Carter | Michael Hulls | Nitin Sawhney — No Body - Sadler's Wells

    Josephine Leask, Wednesday 8 June 2016 — Performance: 7 - 12 June 2016

    This ingenious and thrilling multi-installation production is a must see. It shows the enormous collaborative input and effort that goes into making a dance show... Continue Reading

  4. Ksenia Ovsyanick in English National Ballet's 'Swan Lake' in round at the Royal Albert Hall. Photo: Laurent Liotardo

    Review: English National Ballet - Swan Lake in the round - Royal Albert Hall

    Graham Watts, Monday 6 June 2016 — Performance: 1 - 12 June 2016

    Derek Deane’s arena production is a showy ballet. It may not be for the purists but it is a stunning and rewarding spectacle... Continue Reading

  5. Crystal Pite & Jonathon Young — 'Betroffenheit' - Sadler's Wells, 2016. Photo: Bettina Strenske

    Review: Crystal Pite & Jonathon Young — Betroffenheit - Sadler's Wells

    Sarah Kent, Friday 3 June 2016 — Performance: 31 May & 1 June 2016

    'Betroffenheit' is German for the numbness and inertia triggered by severe shock and the work explores the emotional desert occupied by those suffering from post traumatic stress disorder... Continue Reading

  6. Crystal Pite & Jonathon Young — Betroffenheit - Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 5Neil Norman, The Stage, Wednesday 1 June 2016Performance 31 May & 1 June 2016

    With echoes of early David Lynch movies, Edvard Munch and even a touch of Hieronymous Bosch in the agonised groupings, this raises dance-theatre to an entirely new level. Not so much an entertainment as an exorcism. 

  7. Crystal Pite & Jonathon Young — Betroffenheit - Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 5Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Wednesday 1 June 2016Performance 31 May & 1 June 2016

    … a two-hour piece of dance theatre, which addresses the experience of human suffering with raw and heroic brilliance. 

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