Friday, 10 July, 2020
Buzzing and enthusiastic: Whiteout by Barrowland Ballet

A generally benign, even cuddly affirmation of diversity Read more

Kolesnikova’s good intentions not enough: Her Name Was Carmen

But, oh does she take forever to finally die and put us all out of our misery. Read more

Singapore Dance Theatre in Masterpiece in Motion

The age of Innocence emerges slowly, stealthily from a tapestry of unspooling private narratives Read more

World Gala, Seoul International Dance Competition

The feel-good factor was palpable among artists and audience. Read more

Energy, sophistication, execution: Scottish Ballet at the Edinburgh Festival

A phenomenal performance of work by Crystal Pite and Angelin Preljocaj Read more

Visually captivating: Sita Pieraccini in Bird

Contorted, inhuman shapes and movements start to appear Read more

The soul of the street: Lost in Complete

The soul of the street: Lost in Complete

An enjoyable show that shows potential for real exploration in what else street dance can say Read more

An elegant and tragic love story: Shanghai Ballet in Echoes of Eternity

Qi Bingxue's (戚冰雪) happy smile lit up the theatre...a dancer I am sure we will be seeing much more of Read more

An affectionate poke at contemporary dance: Contemporary?

It’s silly, it’s playful. Read more

Reflection amidst the bustle: Navaridas and Deutinger in Your Majesties

War, peace and hope. A quietly confident piece Read more

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