“A great lampoon of pretentious postmodern artspeak” Anna Winter reviews NDT2 in a mixed bill performance.
“A sensual Caipirinha-soaked samba-fest” Itzhik Galili’s A Linha Curva is the highlight of Rambert’s mixed bill at Sadler’s Wells.
“My husband was a very famous poet,” Ka Bradley reviews Light, Ladd & Emberton’s story of Caitlin Thomas.
“Answering death with disco”: Anna Winter reviews BalletBoyz’s double bill at Sadler’s Wells.
Eccentric, ludicrous and entertaining: Rachel Elderkin reviews Protein’s gastronomic new work.
Pursued by a bear en pointe: Anna Winter reviews Christopher Wheeldon’s choreographing of Shakespeare.
“The sense of innocence not as naivety or vulnerability but as a strength.” Anna Winter reviews the National Youth Dance Company at Sadler’s Wells.
Anna Winter watches Canadian dance company Les 7 doigts de la main take on gravity.
“Your mama is always right about dubious men.” Anna Winter reviews the Royal Ballet.
Rachel Elderkin reviews Ballet Black’s “rather mixed triple bill”.
Metallic and non-metallic: Rosemary Waugh reviews Candoco’s two-part performance of ‘Beheld’ and ‘Let’s Talk about Dis’.
When Madame X’s dress started to fall: Anna Winter reviews Christopher Wheeldon’s new ballet.
Anna Winter reviews Hakeem Onibudo and Impact Dance’s celebration of hip hop, street and African-inspired dance.
After the riots.