Reviews

  1. Unison
Photo: Jjoeri Thiry

    Review: Cecilia Lisa Eliceche - Unison - Lilian Baylis Studio

    Josephine Leaske, Wednesday 11 May 2016 — Performance: 5 & 6 May 2016

    Brussels based Argentinian dance artist, Cecilia Lisa Eliceche explores Unison, not only through the choreographic act of a group performing the same movements together, but also what it means from a political a… Continue Reading

  2. Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan - Songs of the Wanderers - Sadler's Wells

    Press Review Lyndsey Winship, Evening Standard, Monday 9 May 2016Performance 4 - 7 May 2016

    It’s a gorgeous and glacially paced work, lit in golden tones on a stage blanketed with rice, resonating with the heavy harmonies of Georgian folk song. 

  3. Royal Ballet - Frankenstein - Royal Opera House

    Press Review 3Luke Jennings, Observer, Monday 9 May 2016Performance 4 - 27 May 2016

    McRae’s portrayal is brilliant; his dancing is eloquent in its anguish, and we sense every beat of his lonely, vengeful heart.  

  4. Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan - Songs of the Wanderers - Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 4Rachel Elderkin, The Stage, Monday 9 May 2016Performance 4 - 7 May 2016

    Whether they are slowly traversing the stage, their bodies contracted, gnarled branches in hand, or thrashing in the rice sending it swirling across the floor, each action is as pure and meaningful as the image of the monk, stood lost in meditation. 

  5. Royal Ballet - Frankenstein - Royal Opera House

    Press Review 4Neil Norman, The Stage, Friday 6 May 2016Performance 4 - 27 May 2016

    The reanimation scene is worth the price of admission with MacFarlane’s set snapping, crackling and popping as strange steampunk galvanic devices descend from above and bubble green liquid at the side. 

  6. Royal Ballet - Frankenstein - Royal Opera House

    Press Review 3Zoe Anderson, Independent, Friday 6 May 2016Performance 4 - 27 May 2016

    As a whole, Frankenstein shows impressive confidence. Scarlett is assured in his use of a large cast, and there are beautifully shaped dances.  

  7. Royal Ballet - Frankenstein - Royal Opera House

    Press Review 1Mark Monahan, Telegraph, Friday 6 May 2016Performance 4 - 27 May 2016

    Liam Scarlett is a talented abstract, neoclassical choreographer, but his Frankenstein is the least enjoyable full-evening work I have ever seen the Royal Ballet perform. 

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