Reviews

  1. Quarantine - 'Wall Flower'. Photo Simon Banham

    Review: Quarantine - Wallflower - Battersea Arts Centre - part of Dance Umbrella

    Sarah Kent, Monday 24 October 2016 — Performance: 20 - 22 October 2016

    Wallflower is not a performance so much as an invitation to contemplate the important role played by music and dance in our lives...It's an invitation to remember all the floors you have spun across... Continue Reading

  2. Aditi Mangaldas Dance Company - 'Inter_rupted'. Photo : Foteini Christofilopoulou

    Review: Aditi Mangaldas Dance Company - Inter_rupted - Barbican Theatre - part of Dance Umbrella 2016

    Siobhan Murphy, Monday 24 October 2016 — Performance: 20 - 22 October 2016

    The moments of more purely kathak movement are the most interesting: that intricate foot stamping (at one point replaced by the crouched dancers slapping their hands against the floor), the liquid arms and articu… Continue Reading

  3. Hege Haagenrud  'Use My Body While It's Still Young' Photo Ellen Lande Gossner

    Review: Hege Haagenrud – Use My Body While It’s Still Young – The Place

    Siobhan Murphy, Friday 21 October 2016 — Performance: 19 & 20 October 2016

    The dancers gathered here are an extraordinary resource, with decades of experience at the highest levels – but they don’t get much opportunity to extend themselves... Continue Reading

  4. Burn the Floor - Fire in the Ballroom, 2016.

    Review: Burn the Floor - Fire in the Ballroom - The Peacock

    Graham Watts, Friday 21 October 2016 — Performance: 18 October - 5 November 2016

    The sizzling hot element of Burn the Floor is this extraordinary dance ensemble. Their versatility, both as individuals and in their couples, is extraordinary... Continue Reading

  5. Jérôme Bel - Gala - Sadler’s Wells

    Press Review 4Judith Mackrell, The Guardian, Wednesday 19 October 2016Performance

    ...this show reminds us how it feels when we dance. There is a masterful range of styles and skills to be seen on the dance stage today. Yet the French choreographer Jérôme Bel can open our eyes, and our hearts, to a completely different spectrum – a sp… 

  6. Rodin and Dance: The Essence of Movement - The Courtauld Institute

    Press Review 5Matthew Collings, Evening Standard, Wednesday 19 October 2016Performance 20 October 2016 – 22 January 2017

    It is a dense, focused exhibition, curated by Alexandra Gerstein, working in collaboration with the Rodin Museum. In it, we realise that Rodin’s term, “mathematics”, means elegance, placement, proportion, space, configuration and the relationship of extr… 

  7. BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET - SHAKESPEARE TRIPLE BILL & THE TEMPEST - SADLER'S WELLS

    Press Review 4Jeffrey Taylor , The Express , Monday 17 October 2016Performance

    David Bintley left me gasping last week. The Birmingham Royal Ballet stopped off in Islington and showed us his latest full length work dedicated to the current Shakespeare celebrations. Honestly, could any story conceived by man be more convoluted than this gallop throug… 

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