Reviews

  1. Scottish Ballet - A Streetcar Named Desire - Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 5Mark Monahan, Telegraph, Thursday 2 April 2015Performance 31 Mar - 2 Apr

    Cavallari is just super as Stanley, a depiction of prowling, unyielding masculinity absolutely in the mould of Brando (who famously played him in Elia Kazan’s 1951 film), while Eve Mutso’s Blanche is, if anything, better still. A lyrical classicist, Mutso (who create… 

  2. East London Dance - 'Club Life', part of 'Club Cultures' at Theatre Royal Stratford East. Photo: Carmen Klammer

    Review: Club Cultures - Theatre Royal, Stratford East

    Josephine Leask, Tuesday 31 March 2015 — Performance: 27 & 28 March 2015

    'Club Life' illuminates the juxtapositions of different styles as well as the similarities - the mellowness of Northern Soul music, the frenetic, up-beat Disco & the intensity of Hip Hop popping Continue Reading

  3. Robert Cohan at 90 - The Place

    Press Review 4Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Monday 30 March 2015Performance 26 March 2015

    Yet on stage, too, the reach of Cohan’s inspiration was no less clear, especially in the two specially commissioned works that paid homage to his own most classic choreography 

  4. Shobana Jeyasingh - Bayadère – the Ninth Life - Linbury Studio Theatre, Royal Opera House

    Press Review Luke Jennings, Observer, Monday 30 March 2015Performance 25 - 28 March 2015

    Jeyasingh’s physical language is so insistent, so ineluctable in its flow, that it’s easiest just to let oneself be carried along by it. 

  5. Royal Ballet - The Four Temperaments / Untouchable / Song of the Earth - Royal Opera House

    Press Review 3Hanna Weibye, The Arts Desk, Monday 30 March 2015Performance 27 March - 14 April 2015

    It’s odd after Balanchine to have the men more in your mind than the women, given how much Mr B identified ballet with ballerinas, but it’s not just a reflection of the current state of the RB principals’ roster, where interesting men outnumber interest… 

  6. Royal Ballet - The Four Temperaments / Untouchable / Song of the Earth - Royal Opera House

    Press Review 3Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Monday 30 March 2015Performance 27 March - 14 April 2015

    Untouchable is far from Shechter at his best. But – and it’s a big but – the work still feels like a milestone commission for the Royal. It was a big ask for these dancers to take on Shechter’s style, and they rise to it with a willing and winning intelligence. 

  7. Royal Ballet - The Four Temperaments / Untouchable / Song of the Earth - Royal Opera House

    Press Review Mark Monahan, Telegraph, Monday 30 March 2015Performance 27 March - 14 April 2015

    [Shechter] told me recently that he didn’t want to be too experimental with the Royal Ballet – but the trouble is that experimenting is what he does best. Next time, here’s hoping Shechter lets his talent roar and truly, in all respects, makes the foundations o… 

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