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11th Nov 2014

PARK – Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London.

Originally performed in 2004, Jasmin Vardimon’s Park proves to be an exquisite showcase of timeless significance which still manages to feel fresh ten years on. With a cast of only...

13th Jul 2014


In recent years there has been an important trend in Theatre productions which focus on climate change and environmental issues in general. The National Theatre staged Greenland in 2011, and...

16th Jun 2014

ROCK THE BALLET – Peacock Theatre, London.

Rasta Thomas’ company The Bad Boys of Dance present their ‘Pop meets Classical’ piece Rock The Ballet, which is playing at The Peacock Theatre until June 28th. Described as ‘an...

10th Apr 2014
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MY FIRST BALLET: COPPELIA – Peacock Theatre, London.

My First Ballet is a series of ballets produced by The English National Ballet including Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and their current production of Coppelia aiming to introduce youngsters into the...

07th Mar 2014
IJAD In-Finite Space photo by Anna Berry 1

INFINITE SPACE – The Vaults, London.

IJAD Dance Company presents InFinite Space, part of The Vault Festival in Waterloo. Once you have fought your way out of the station in rush hour and avoided suffocating on...

02nd Mar 2014
Dancers Kieran Stonely and Rowan Heather, figure ground, yorke dance project

FIGURE GROUND – Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London.

Appearing for two preview performances at the Lilian Bayliss Studio ahead of a tour later on this year, The Yorke Dance Project presents Figure Ground, a triple-bill of contemporary works...

17th Feb 2014
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TELL TALES – The Vaults, London.

The latest production from Jackdaw theatre company; Tell Tales, provides a casual and welcoming environment for artists from all disciplines to work collaboratively in order to generate raw and experimental...

09th Feb 2014
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RUNNING ON EMPTY – Soho Theatre, London.

Creating cross-genre work can be a revelatory process, with one medium casting new light on another and disparate pieces combining to form a greater, truly novel entity. However, marshalling numerous...

09th Feb 2014
Gemma Sutton as Ice in DRUNK. Photo Credit Marc Hankins (2)

DRUNK – Bridewell Theatre, London.

Drew McOnie’s highly anticipated Drunk has finally stumbled into the Bridewell Theatre with sparkle, bubble and pizzazz as his company of eight dancers and five piece band swirl the audience...

07th Feb 2014
Shrine Of Innocence - Vault Festival London 2014 - Sam Mellish

SHRINE OF INNOCENCE – The Vaults, London.

There is a lot of comedy, lightness and sweetness* (see end of review) on offer at the Vault Festival this year, but you’ll not find it in Shrine of Innocence,...

13th Jan 2014
silk road, peacock theatre, sadler's wells

SILK ROAD – Peacock Theatre, London.

The stage is perpetually filled with a riot of vibrant colours – the costumes are truly magnificent and the performers move with grace, elegance and poise, silently traversing the stage....

20th Nov 2013
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ROMEO AND JULIET – Royal Opera House, London.

Romeo and Juliet is probably Shakespeare’s most popular play. With MacMillan’s arresting choreography and Prokofiev’s memorable score, Romeo and Juliet is an exemplar of classical ballet which enjoys similar levels...