B.DANCE in The Cell: a mesmerising look at self conversation in a time of chaos
November 29, 2022
ACE Dance and Music: Unknown Realms
November 27, 2022
Freaky Bones: Israel Galván’s La Consagración de la Primavera
November 26, 2022
Glistening, glowing and a riot of colour: Birmingham Royal Ballet’s reinvigorated Nutcracker
November 23, 2022
Robbins/Balanchine from the Royal Swedish Ballet
November 20, 2022
Riveting choreography. By looking at the madness we…have gone through, Tsai Po-Cheng invites the audience to let go, explore our deeper feelings
The quality and physicality of the dancing could not be faulted. The togetherness in unison moments was exceptional.
Goes far deeper than the spectacular or technique for technique’s sake. One comes out feeling awed and moved
The refurbishment hasn’t just freshened the ballet up, it’s completely reinvigorated it… The perfect pre-festive treat for old and young alike
Two of Jerome Robbins’ most popular ballets and one of Balanchine’s most enjoyable. What’s not to like?
Surreal queerness, limitless imagination, kinky fantasies, mystical visions, loud, monotonous techno, kitschy excesses…and a pinch of occultism