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Body Politic’s latest production, THEM, brilliantly foregrounds the stories of three sufferers of misogyny and sexual violence, and pushes us to confront our own cultural indifference towards such abuse.
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Artists 4 Artists prove that they’re at the forefront of dance innovation and theatrical talent, with their double bill of Christopher Reyes’ Sean and Kloé Dean’s Man Up at the Laban Theatre.
Read More “Artists 4 Artists’ Double Bill: Chris Reyes and Kloé Dean at the Laban Theatre – breathtakingly brave & moving dance by two of hip hop dance theatre’s finest artists”
Acclaimed dancer and choreographer, Botis Seva, talks about growing up in Dagenham, how dance transformed his life and his latest artistic directorship with the National Youth Dance Company.
Read More “Interview with acclaimed choreographer, Botis Seva – ‘I’m just some boy from Dagenham who loves dancing’”
Wilkie Branson’s TOM is a brave and inspiring visual leap of the imagination, says our arts contributor Shirley Ahura.
Read More “Review of Wilkie Branson’s TOM at the Lilian Baylis Theatre, Sadler’s Wells”