Sunday, 28 May, 2017

m!longa: a dance party

m!longa: a dance party

An exploration of tango in all its forms, especially milonga itself Read more

Ballet Black: Captured and Red Riding Hood

Captured is a work of cryptic and ever-shifting but tightly-knit relationships Read more

A ride on the gloriously gory ghost train with Jakop Ahlbom’s Horror

A physical theatre homage to the horror movie Read more

English National Ballet School’s young choreographers show impressive skills

New dance created and performed with commitment Read more

Magical and poignant: Rambert Dance Company in Ghost Dances

It remains hugely relevant; a moving tribute to victims of political oppression everywhere Read more

National Dance Company Wales in Profundis and The Green House

The Green House has the varnish of Beckettian surrealism and loneliness Read more

Colour and delight: Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes

Led by the wonderful flame-haired Ashley Shaw as Victoria, the dancing is terrific Read more

Ghost Dances as powerful as ever: Rambert at Sadler’s Wells

The haunting breathness of pan pipes sounds like respiration proceeding a death-rattle. Read more

A feast for eyes and ears: Ravi Shankar’s dance-opera, Sukanya

A massively colourful, entertaining total integration of music, dance, drama and modern visuals Read more

A meeting of old friends: Ana Morales and David Coria in Reunión

A journey through many moods and flamenco’s range of rhythmic styles Read more

©2017 SeeingDance - All Rights Reserved - Website by Fly Full Circle