I’ve always been fascinated by flamenco. Not the woman in scarlet with a rose between her lips. That cliché exists only in the tackiest of tourist shows. Rather, the living art that reaches straight into your heart without the intercession of conscious thought. How better to understand people, contrasts and culture than with an epic trip by train?
An experiential account of the Israel Galván photocall performance of La Fiesta at Sadler’s Wells. Guest post by Kate V Coleman
The full version of my Huffington Post interview with Paco Pena on his forthcoming production PATRIAS at Sadler’s Wells
A review of Sara Baras’ production Voces, Suite Flamenca and short rant about who was honouring whom. Sadler’s Wells Flamenco Festival 2016
“Who is that?” was the most repeated admiring whisper from tonight’s audience at Espana On Fire. Someone else told a friend that Lourdes Fernández Menayo outshone Álvaro Guarnido Muñoz at the Pena. That… Continue reading