Category Archive: Dance Journalism

Words Worth at Lilian Baylis Theatre

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All images: Dancers performing Anton Du Beke’s Easy to Love at the Lilian Baylis Theatre I had a lovely evening watching Words Worth tonight after theĀ  photo call earlier. The show itself was… Continue reading

Ugandans in London

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All images: Ugandan dancers in London Last Monday evening I went to a celebration of Ugandan culture. One of a series of events associated with the World Travel Market, I choose it because… Continue reading

Ineluctable

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Both images: Tomorrow’s Men at Canary Wharf Time for a change. Every Monday I’m going to pick images that I think reflect an interesting sounding word, some of which I hope that you… Continue reading

Tainted Virtue

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Both images: Milo Miles in Tainted Virtue at the Brick House It was while talking to Milo and Leonardo at Top Hats and High Heels Cabaret at the Pleasance Theatre in the summer… Continue reading

Top Hats and High Heels

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Both images: Performers at the Top Hats and High Heels Jubilee Cabaret I’ve selected these two images from the last Top Hats and High Heels performance in Summer because there’s another one tonight… Continue reading

Going T*ts Up

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All images: Bicycle Ballet at Dance Currents 2010 A late post today because the adverse effects of the changes in g-force in my charity adventure this morning left me feeling quite ill. The… Continue reading

Dancesation Expo Revisited

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Young dancers at Dancesation Expo 2012 The article I wrote about Dancesation Expo, which was published in this month’s Dance Today, has been so well received that I thought I’d post some more… Continue reading

Toeing the Line with Compagnie Retouramont

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Both images: Compagnie Retouramont at Dancing Oxford 2012 I’m dog tired and have lots more work to do so have decided to cheat a little tonight. As it’s only 2 days before I… Continue reading

Dancing together at Gawai in Sarawak #6

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Both images: Dancers and visitors celebrate Gawai by dancing together. Sarawak, Malaysia In Sarawak everyone I met was friendly, making conversation was easy and all my questions were answered enthusiastically which meant I… Continue reading

Gawai in Malaysia #5

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Both images: Traditional courtship dance in Borneo This dance fascinated me. Not for the extended choreography (which I suspect has been adapted by the choreographer to make a show closer to what he… Continue reading