Tag Archive: dance

life is a cabaret

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The last few days have been mad. I’ve worked as hard as I can, done more hours than is sane, and can only now believe that I might be back up to date… Continue reading

a better tango space

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While I’m no closer to finding just one shot that gives all viewers an impression of the essence of tango, this one says a lot to me for a number of reasons. I… Continue reading

minding the tango gap

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I was able to combine a friend’s tango birthday celebrations with work on a commission for Jubilee dancing shots from Dance Today yesterday at Abrazos. While there I decided to see if I… Continue reading

thames tango and the oxo tower

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A completely oppportunistic shot, this was taken at River Tango when I saw the couple (both charming people and friends) dance under the strong lines of the Oxo Tower. Despite the fact it… Continue reading

tower bridge tango

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The tube was horrendous last night, when I travelled home from a production of Wah Wah Girls at the Peacock Theatre. It was as busy as the worst of the rush hour and… Continue reading

contemporary flame

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I’ve chosen this shot, taken at 60×60, held in Stratford two years ago, because I’m waiting to hear whether I’m able to take photos at the event this year in July. I like… Continue reading

a swish of can-can skirt

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I much prefer this shot of Can-Can dancers in Covent Garden to this one because of the movement of the skirts, the slightly different angle and the more personal feel that it gives.… Continue reading

hats off to big dance

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The reasons why I have posted this shot should be clear. It’s from the Big Dance Bus performance in Islington.

can can in covent garden

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Something of a change today, a fairly conventional shot of Can-Can dancers in Covent Garden. They were performing to celebrate the opening of celebrity chef Raymond Blanc’s new Brasserie Blanc. Nothing to do… Continue reading

air lift

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I like this shot, also taken at the Big Dance Bus celebration of the Lift Hub at White Lion Street, because it shows the height at which the circus artists were working. What… Continue reading