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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.
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Company Concentric’s Play On is not just fun and games, but a performance that explores serious contemporary concerns through the lens of play, writes our contributor Eirini Diamantouli.
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Shirley Ahura reflects on the physical and social pressures placed on today’s dancers after seeing Christina Dionysopoulou’s exceptional piece, Catch 28, at The Place.
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In her review, Shirley Ahura captures the high energy of Joshua Nash’s unparalleled duet, Blacklist, performed as part of The Place’s Festival of New Choreography, Resolution 2019.
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Our arts contributor, Yosola Olorunshola, interviews Vicki Igbokwe, creative director, choreographer and founder of Uchenna Dance on the eve of her latest production, Hansel and Gretel, at The Place.
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