1. Burn the Floor - Fire in the Ballroom - The Peacock

    Press Review 5Jeffrey Taylor, The Express, Wednesday 2 November 2016Performance

    “This is not just the same old good night out, somehow it’s hope for the future. Don’t miss it.” 

  2. Burn the Floor - Fire in the Ballroom - The Peacock

    Press Review 5Vikki Jane Vile, Plays to see, Wednesday 2 November 2016Performance

    Burn the Floor has a reputation as a hot-bed of talent for unearthing new Strictly professionals and on this showing I wouldn’t be surprised if we had seen some dance stars of the future in action. 

  3. Hagit Yakira - 'Free Falling'. Photo: Bettina Strenske

    Review: Hagit Yakira - Wild Card - Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler's Wells

    Rachel Elderkin, Monday 31 October 2016 — Performance: 27 & 28 October 2016

    One man falling – or making himself fall. On each occasion he recovers, his actions building in pace and intensity until he is joined by his fellow performers. As they offer him momentary support the work e… Continue Reading

  4. Eastman/Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui 'Fractus V'. Photo: Bettina Strenske.


    Sarah Kent, Monday 31 October 2016 — Performance: 27 & 28 October 2016

    Initially created in 2014 'Fractus V' has grown from a trio into a quintet of male dancers whose backgrounds include flamenco, lindy hop, circus arts and contemporary dance... Continue Reading

  5. Review: Flexer & Sandiland - Disappearing Acts - The Place

    Josephine Leask , Friday 28 October 2016 — Performance: 27 - 29 October

    What’s so engaging about Yael Flexer and Nic Sandiland’s Disappearing Acts is that through text, lighting, sound and movement, it investigates some of the blind spots in our lives: the unasked questio… Continue Reading

  6. The Royal Ballet - Natalia Osipova as Anna Anderson in 'Anastasia'. Photo: Tristram Kenton, courtesy ROH, 2016

    Review: The Royal Ballet - Anastasia - Royal Opera House

    Graham Watts, Thursday 27 October 2016 — Performance: 26 October - 12 November 2016

    A lesser known work by a great choreographer, Kenneth MacMillan - and with Natalia Osipova the first Russian to dance in the title role... Continue Reading

  7. Jasmin Vardimon Company - Pinocchio - Sadler’s Wells

    Press Review Emily May, A Younger Theatre , Wednesday 26 October 2016Performance 24 & 25 October 2016

    It’s elaborate, magical, and at times confusing, but Vardimon’s Pinocchio delivers moments of charm and imagination. Although at times the movement can appear simplistic and repetitive, the overall visual appeal and emotional intensity of Pinocchio makes it an… 


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