Rambert. Ninety years old it may be – making it Britain’s oldest dance troupe – but its willingness to take risks and promote up-and-coming talent is as robust as ever.
While there’s a fair amount of literature about digital media’s extensive contribution to the over-sexualisation of our culture, (feminists Susie Orbach, Natasha Walters, Ariel Levy) not many choreogr… Continue Reading
The hypersexualisation of society and its effect on young women is a live issue, and it's one choreographer Charlotte Vincent tackles in Virgin Territory, a dance theatre piece that zooms in on a selfie-obsessed culture that confuses 'Likes' with being liked.
“This is not just the same old good night out, somehow it’s hope for the future. Don’t miss it.”
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.
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