Tag Archive: Performance art

Movement that speaks to your being

Why you shouldn’t miss Obibini, on for one night at the Lilian Baylis Theatre, Saddler’s Wells next Thursday.

8 minutes, Alexander Whitley Dance Company

Review of Alexander Whitley Dance Company’s 8 Minutes and roundup of other reviews

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

The Death Of Hippolytus

This image, which I took today, shows Ihsaan de Banya as Hippolytus in the death scene, part of Richard Alston Dance Company‘s new work which will premier tomorrow (November 6th) at the Barbican,… Continue reading

Perfidy, A #wordymonday dance photography interpretation

I selected this image, taken at ADAD’s Bloom Festival, because of what inspired the Norwegian Crew to create Pleasant Conversation, one of the pieces they performed. Rather than unwittingly distort these reasons I’m… Continue reading

Rebirth: Another #WordyMonday dance photography interpretation

This beautifully fluorescent butterfly was part of the original LCP production of Rights at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre. It had been produced with the assistance of a BBC Arts Grant, gained through… Continue reading

Cedar Lake Triple Bill (a photocall view)

Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet was at Sadler’s Wells yesterday and today, and now travels to 4 other venues in the UK courtesy of Dance Consortium. I loved the light; the way the rippling… Continue reading

Photographic interpretation of Regal on #WordyMonday

This Monday has come around amazingly quickly, probably because I spent two days in bed as a result of working myself sick. Nonetheless, pretty much everything is running to schedule and I’m expecting… Continue reading

Courting Cortinas – a #tandatuesday post

Lynn Collins spends hours choosing cortinas; “because I think they are a vital part of the flavour of a milonga. Choice depends on [the] time of day, harmony with tango music and general… Continue reading