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by Lyndsey Winship on May 23, 2019
Four Quartets review – TS Eliot's poems brilliantly danced
by Lyndsey Winship on May 23, 2019
Choreographer Pam Tanowitz has been quietly plying her trade in New York for more than two decades. She now arrives for the first time in London with Four Quartets, the first authorised dance version of TS Eliot’s 1943 work,... Read full article
by Michael Hogan on November 18, 2018
Tamara Rojo: ‘I want ballet to be for and about everybody’
by Michael Hogan on November 18, 2018
Born in Quebec and raised in Spain, London-based Tamara Rojo, 44, is the artistic director of English National Ballet, as well as lead principal dancer. She was previously a principal with the Royal Ballet. ... Read full article
by DanceXchange on June 27, 2018
The city shines as Birmingham International Dance Festival gets everyone dancing
by DanceXchange on June 27, 2018
From 1 – 24 June the sixth edition of Birmingham International Dance Festival 2018 (BIDF 2018) has seen the sunshine and the city dance! Audiences were treated to an amazing 205 performances by 338 artists in venues, streets and parks across the ci... Read full article
by Judith Mackrell on May 22, 2018
Akram Khan: the master mover who redefined dance
by Judith Mackrell on May 22, 2018
When Akram Khan was complimented by Mikhail Baryshnikovon the beauty of his dancing, it was one of the proudest but most ambivalent moments of his career. “Misha said he really admired the quality of my stillness,” Khan recalls.... Read full article
by Judith Mackrell on March 26, 2018
Richard Alston Dance Company review – stillness, serenity and funk
by Judith Mackrell on March 26, 2018
Fifty years ago Richard Alston was a fierce, skinny boy with an arty fall of black hair who believed that dances should be choreographed with the same compositional rigour and purity as abstract art or music. ... Read full article
by Zoë Anderson on March 20, 2018
Ballet Black, which celebrates dancers of black and Asian descent, perform a double bill
by Zoë Anderson on March 20, 2018
Ballet Black’s new programme is surely the company’s finest yet. Cathy Marston’s taut new ballet The Suit shows tragedy bursting out of the seams of everyday life, while Arthur Pita’s A Dream Within A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a riotous take..... Read full article
by Judith Mackrell on March 11, 2018
Candoco Dance Company review – compelling document of human possibilities
by Judith Mackrell on March 11, 2018
It’s always great to witness the buzz that choreographers get from working with Candoco. Throughout the company’s 27-year history there’s rarely been a work in which its mix of disabled and non-disabled dancers has felt like a limitation.... Read full article
by Zoë Anderson on February 16, 2018
The Winter’s Tale, Royal Opera House, London, review: It’s a marvellous ballet
by Zoë Anderson on February 16, 2018
Winter, but also spring: The Royal Ballet’s The Winter’s Talemoves from icy, tormenting jealousy to radiant recognition, lighting up the stage like a shaft of sunlight.Christopher Wheeldon’s 2014 ballet is one of his finest, with complex storytelling... Read full article
by Judith Mackrell on February 09, 2018
Viktor review – Pina Bausch's pleasure-seekers haunt Rome
by Judith Mackrell on February 09, 2018
When Pina Bausch’s work was first shown in London in 1982 it changed the way we thought about dance. Bausch made the stage look like a whole new playground of possibilities, creating some indefinable genre of dance theatre...... Read full article
by Judith Mackrell on January 10, 2018
Song of the Earth/La Sylphide review – Rojo powers a demanding double bill
by Judith Mackrell on January 10, 2018
With its guileless storytelling and Romantic mingling of the folksy and sublime, August Bournonville’s La Sylphide is a tricky ballet for modern companies to inhabit. Tamara Rojo’s decision to challenge English National Ballet’s dancers... Read full article
by David Jays on December 08, 2017
Project Polunin: Satori review – ballet's bad boy makes howling bid for inner peace
by David Jays on December 08, 2017
Sergei Polunin is a dancing star still searching for work that is the right fit for his undeniable charisma. The Ukrainian-born artist brings his messy past with him: companies abandoned, performances cancelled, vivid tattoos and tales of excess... Read full article
by Zoë Anderson on December 07, 2017
The Nutcracker, Royal Opera House, London, review: Francesca Hayward is lovely as Clara
by Zoë Anderson on December 07, 2017
One of the company’s rising stars, Hayward, has a radiant flow of movement and gleaming footwork as Clara in the company's 455th performance of Peter Wright’s production.... Read full article
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