Throughout history Eurydice has been portrayed as a voiceless cypher next to the vocal brilliance of her husband Orpheus. But does the ENO’s 2019 programme of Gluck, Offenbach and Glass alter this? asks our writer Miriam Al Jamil.
Drawing from real life accounts of young Black men living in Britain today, Joseph Toonga’s Born to Manifest explores issues of identity and Black masculinity, but for our writer Shirley Ahura this is only the beginning of a very important conversation.
Serendipity’s BHM Live showcases work by some of the best choreographers from the dance world to date. But these breathtaking performances should be seen every day, all year round, not just during Black History Month, writes Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou.
Award-winning choreographer Russell Maliphant talks to Eirini Diamantouli about his creative process, collaborating with renowned composer Vangelis and his latest work, Silent Lines, soon to be performed at Sadler’s Wells.
In the run up to her bold and brilliant reimagining of Giselle, dancer and choreographer Dada Masilo talks to Shirley Ahura about retelling the classics of ballet, empowering women and using dance to break down cultural barriers.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater stunned audiences this month with three dazzling dance programmes at Sadler’s Wells. Here, Eirini Diamantouli reviews their final programme featuring new works Ounce of Faith and Members Don’t Get Weary, and classics Ella and Revelations.