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MADHEAD is the latest phenomenal dance production to come from Olivier Award-winning choreographer, Botis Seva, in collaboration with dancers from the National Youth Dance Company. Here, Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou discusses its themes of generational (dis-)connection, inner conflict and the power of young people. Read More “National Youth Dance Company’s MADHEAD by Botis Seva: Dance that thrillingly breaks every rule in the school book and leaves you shouting for more”
Dancers move from the restrictive confines of seventeenth-century-inspired Catholicism to the liberating, empowering passion of flamenco in Patricia Guerrero’s scintillating piece,
Catedral. Read More “Patricia Guerrero’s Catedral at Sadler’s Wells”
Haitian vodou rituals and an exploration of sensory experiences and emplacement come together in Phoenix Dance Theatre’s innovative double bill at the Peacock Theatre.
Read More “Phoenix Dance Theatre’s The Rite of Spring & Left Unseen at the Peacock Theatre”
Ballet Flamenco Sara Baras opens this year’s Flamenco Festival London at Sadler’s Wells to well-deserved uproarious applause with their enthrallingly innovative and spectacular show,
Sombras. Read More “Ballet Flamenco Sara Baras’ ‘Sombras’ at Sadler’s Wells’ Flamenco Festival London 2019”
The perils of electronic technology, the stylistic beauty of modernism and the possibilities a solar eclipse affords are all explored in San Francisco Ballet’s terrific triple bill at Sadler’s Wells.
Read More “San Francisco Ballet’s Triple Bill: McIntyre / Wheeldon / Dawson, at Sadler’s Wells”
Breakin’ Convention 2019, a specially curated international festival of hip hop dance theatre, brings together performers, artists, choreographers, DJs and educators from all over the world for four days of exceptional dance and music.
Read More “Breakin’ Convention 2019 at Sadler’s Wells – Love, Hope and Healing from the Next Generation of Hip Hop Dance Theatre Talent”
Eirini Diamantouli appreciates the profound power of music and dance in Richard Alston’s masterful production,
Quartermark. Read More “Richard Alston Dance Company’s Quartermark at Sadler’s Wells”
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’”
Christy Wensley reflects on the representation of Medusa in literary and performative art after seeing Jasmin Vardimon’s latest piece,
Medusa, at Sadler’s Wells. Read More “The Monstrous Feminine: Reflections on the Moving Figure of Medusa in the work of Vardimon, Graham and Bausch.”