Tag Archive: sadler’s wells

Message in a Bottle – Strong Story of Our Times

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If the title Message in a Bottle makes you think of a Nicholas Sparks novel, think twice. This dance show has nothing to do with literature, but everything with the things going on in the world. It is inspired by the music of Sting. The title is taken from one of the songs in his repertoire: Message in a Bottle, sending out an S.O.S.

Becoming a Dance Photographer: Excitement at a Photocall

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For experienced dance photographers and photojournalists, a photocall is probably not that exciting, being part of their daily routine. For me, it’s a whole new world.

Sadler’s Wells Sampled 2020

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The Sadler’s Wells Theatre in London started the new year with a dance taster festival: Sadler’s Wells Sampled took place on 31st January and 1st February at the theatre.

Sadler’s Wells announce the Barclays Dance Pass

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Announcement and thoughts on the announced release of 10,000 special-priced tickets for young people by Sadler’s Wells and Barclays

Richard Alston Dance Company’s final performances

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About the final performances of Richard Alston Dance Company

Breakin’ Convention – my review

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The whole piece on Breakin’ Convention as originally written.

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

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

Oranges are not the only fruit: Contact Gonzo and Lengger

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A performance so outstanding that I’ve reviewed it after the photocall. Contact Gonzo and Lennger

Step Live at Sadler’s Wells

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A Saturday evening well spent – Step Live 2016

On seating and reviewing spectacular flamenco

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How the location of seating changes perceptions and therefore reviews