Too much, very much, extremely much: Ka Bradley reviews Yang Liping’s reimagining of a Chinese epic.
“I can say without embarrassment that this piece is beautiful.” Ka Bradley reviews Soft Machine at Sadler’s Wells.
Both military and ethereal: Ka Bradley reviews 6 and 8 by Tao Dance, as part of Sadler’s Wells’ Out of Asia 2 season.
Dance and neuroscience combine in a performance lecture by Matthias Sperling that’s “straight from the retro futureverse”.
Pony piñatas and something far cleverer: Ka Bradley reviews Encounter’s I Heart Catherine Pistachio.
“The fart in the church of feminist discourse”: Ka Bradley reviews Liz Aggiss’s performance of performativity at The Place.