Tag Archive: dance

Six Serious Reasons to See Scratch Dat

Rather than not blog at all, I’ve decided to try to use these posts to give you some context to some of the things I’m doing, filling in gaps where I feel they… Continue reading

Photo story: Obibini

Images with words created as part of coverage of Obibini

Breakin’ Convention – my review

The whole piece on Breakin’ Convention as originally written.

Dance, the Pied Piper

Dance, the Pied Piper and body language; how it reaches peoples’ hearts and minds.

From Artists4Artists to Artists4Growth: What the Artists think

As we look forward to Artists4Growth we hear how the participants felt during last year’s Artists4Artists event, the first in the series.

Wishing you all the best for the New Year

New Years Wishes

Fei Bo on The Peony Pavilion

“Distance helps us to discover the uniqueness of our own culture.” An exclusive Interview with Fei Bo, choreographer of the Peony Pavilion

Oranges are not the only fruit: Contact Gonzo and Lengger

A performance so outstanding that I’ve reviewed it after the photocall. Contact Gonzo and Lennger

I really wanted to review Karen Ruimy’s Zik’r, here’s what happened.

A catalogue of missed opportunities and what I can tell you about Karen Ruimy’s Zik’r

The dance is a poem..

‘The dance is a poem of which each movement is a word’ is attributed to Mata Hari (1876-1917). Margaretha Geertruida “Margreet” MacLeod was a Dutch Frisian exotic dancer who was convicted of being… Continue reading