Tag Archive: flamenco

Unexpected Galván: guest review

An experiential account of the Israel Galván photocall performance of La Fiesta at Sadler’s Wells. Guest post by Kate V Coleman

The Dance GRiST App and a little of what I’ve learned so far

Links to the first pilot Dance GRiST app, some of what I’ve learned and a little of how I’ve got here.

Interview with Belen, the behind-the-scenes glue of the Flamenco Festival

A brief interview with Belén Castres White, the behind-the-scenes glue for the International Flamenco Festival

Paco Peña on Patrias, The Artistic Process, Nationality and BREXIT

The full version of my Huffington Post interview with Paco Pena on his forthcoming production PATRIAS at Sadler’s Wells

Dance is the hidden language of the soul

“Dance is the hidden language of the soul.” A beautiful flamenco image accompanied by a famous Martha Graham quote<a href="”> Read More…

Changing Perceptions

Impressions of the Sharing of Medusa

Of Man and Manton

Short review of Gala Bienal de Sevilla, Sadler’s Wells Flamenco Festival 2016

Buen Arate at Sadler’s Wells

A review of Buen Arate, performed by Farrquito and Farruco at Sadler’s Wells Flamenco Festival

Sara Baras and Voces, Suite Flamenca

A review of Sara Baras’ production Voces, Suite Flamenca and short rant about who was honouring whom. Sadler’s Wells Flamenco Festival 2016

Learning to dance in the rain

“Life is like learning to dance in the rain….” A beautiful dance image and inspirational quote by Vivian Greene <a href="”> Read More…