Category Archive: Carole Edrich dance photography

Israel Galván’s La Consagración de la Primavera

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Israel Galván’s Rite of Spring, a magnificent experience. Yoana Kostadinova’s first English-language dance review

Decision Day

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Sending love and strength to all those who failed in their bids to remain or become NPOs and IPSOs today, and huge congratulations to those who have maintained their status or just achieved… Continue reading

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, 1926-2022

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It is with deep sadness that we learned of the death of the Queen. We join the nation in recognising her life and achievements, while mourning her loss. I personally am very sad,… Continue reading

Choosing the best dance school for your child

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I have strong views about dance schools, their philosophies, their intentions and how they come about. When writing a recent post, I looked for good guidance. I wanted to link to a great… Continue reading

Double Joy; Mampara Summer Showcase Review

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Joy and dance To say dance is my life is excessive, but it brings me joy, and is my passion. Much of my writing is dance-related and my photography practice investigates movement.  I… Continue reading

Nocturnal Indigenous Australian Dancers. New installation in London E11

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  This image of native Australian dancers is part of the one in my Leytonstone Arts Trail installation  Printed on oilcloth, it is over 4m wide and 2m hight. I chose to hang… Continue reading

Protected: Examples

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There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

How far I’ve come. A route through chronic illness.

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Suffering from long covid? A chronic illness? My experiences might help.

Review: Product Mastery, From Good to Great Product Ownership. Geoff Watts

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Review of the Geoof Watts book Product Mastery. From God to Great Product Ownership.

Review: P.G. Wodehouse Volume One, narrated by Stephen Fry

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What an excellent narrator for the Jeeves Collection is Stephen Fry. He makes the quintessential Berty Wooster seem easy, carrying exactly the intonation, humour, pace and Wooster-ish-ness that I imagined when I first… Continue reading