Tag Archive: performance dance

SurprisesSTREB’s Human Fountain at Trafalgar Square

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This is another shot from last week’s @SurprisesSTREB performances. I’ve chosen this performance because it’s one that has been less covered by the popular press, possibly because the rigid contraption from which the… Continue reading

African Contemporary That Grabs Your Heart

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Taking this shot was a real privilege. As the only photographer, I could rush around and really think about getting different angles, I could stand up right in the front of the stage… Continue reading

Streb Surprise at Millennium Bridge

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I got up at 5am to take this and used a very long lens (thank you Alan). Found a place on the bank of the river that would give me a different angle… Continue reading

Slick, Silky, Sexy

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by Milo Miles Productions Easily the best cabaret I’ve seen so far, it’s also a dinner club and takes place in beautifully appointed rooms in the City. Milo Miles Productions’ Elysium is well… Continue reading

Will Silks

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Back to the Big Dance Bus in Islington because I didn’t have the time to go to Covent Garden as I hoped to do yesterday. This is Will, performing a solo silks piece.

Big Dance Day 5

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What a relief to not have to post a new image every day! With the full Big Dance upon us the only time I can scrape time to get on the Internet is… Continue reading

Big Dance 2012 Day One

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Big Dance 2012 was launched at St Pancras International to much fanfare and with various personalities. By now the launch, and the personalities involved, will have been covered quite enough so I’ll not… Continue reading

ballet in the cathedral

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Today we were able to take photos at a rehearsal (as opposed to a photocall). It was the English National Ballet at St Paul’s Cathedral with conductor Gavin Sutherland. This is part of… Continue reading

between the benches

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I’ve been so busy that I missed a post yesterday. Trying to coordinate press access for Big Dance Week would have been enough on its own, but I’m also finishing work for the… Continue reading

tomorrow’s men

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“An all male high energy fusion of street dance, hip-hop, contemporary dance and acrobatics asking the question of how we can encourage and celebrate high achievement among our young men.” This started –… Continue reading