A battle for attention: Rachel Elderkin reviews the collaboration between the Rambert Dance Company and Garsington Opera.
Anna Winter approves of the big pants but little else, in Rambert’s triple bill at Sadler’s Wells.
Too much, very much, extremely much: Ka Bradley reviews Yang Liping’s reimagining of a Chinese epic.
What do we have in common? William Drew reviews Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui’s work inspired by the words of Noam Chomsky.
“I can say without embarrassment that this piece is beautiful.” Ka Bradley reviews Soft Machine at Sadler’s Wells.
Pushing the possibilities of movement: Rachel Elderkin reviews Candoco at Sadler’s Wells.
More like a Las Vegas revue show: Anna Winter reviews The Birmingham Royal Ballet’s adaptation of Shakespeare.
Both theatrical and poetic: Rachel Elderkin reviews the Birmingham Royal Ballet’s performance of three works inspired by Shakespeare.
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”.
Hypnotic strangeness and power: Anna Winter reviews L-E-V’s dance piece based on a poem by Neil Hilborn.
Better than air-con: Anna Winter reviews the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
Anna Winter watches the Hofesh Shechter Company “make something weird and fascinating” out of a male midlife crisis.
Anything but self-indulgent: Anna Winter reviews Natalia Osipova in a triple bill at Sadler’s Wells.
“Jazz shoes and American Apparel-esque cycling shorts”: Anna Winter reviews L.A. Dance Project’s triple bill.