Tag Archive: dance

#metoo turned inside out: a performance of womb-centric healing

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Anecdotal account of my experience watching a rehearsal of Womb Paves Way

No Better Metaphor starts on tuesday

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Better late than never? An introduction to the exhibition of my work which will start on July 3rd in a cafe in Leytonstone, London.

Warm humour and wry observation

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Bailamos Opa! A no-spoilers almost-review

The Red Dress Dance Project

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Manuela Benini’s Red Dress Dance Project, part of which is currently on exhibition at Sadler’s Wells, highlights the complexities of tradition and the constant cycle of change, with particular attention to some of the biggest inequities on our planet.

German Kral on ‘Our Last Tango’

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Interview with German Kral on ‘Our Last Tango’ (Un Tango Mas)

Conversation with Trajal Harrell

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Just before the exhibition, this brief conversation with Trajal Harrell reveals how his thinking has changed over the years and how his initial perspectives were formed.

Six Serious Reasons to See Scratch Dat

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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

Guerreras, Ella Mesma’s Wild Card

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Impressions of Guerreras, Ella Mesma at the Lilian Baylis Theatre

Photo story: Obibini

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Images with words created as part of coverage of Obibini

Breakin’ Convention – my review

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The whole piece on Breakin’ Convention as originally written.