1. Clod Ensemble's 'Zero' - featuring Uri Roodner & Antonia Grove & co. Sadler's Wells Photo: Tony Nandi

    Clod Ensemble - Zero - Sadler's Wells

    Josephine Leask, Thursday 6 June 2013 — Performance: 4 & 5 June 2013

    Clod Ensemble’s Zero is a tragedy in five acts which takes inspiration from the blues, weather patterns and human relationships. Each act is introduced by a weather forecast.. Continue Reading

  2. Clod Ensemble - Zero - Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 2Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Wednesday 5 June 2013Performance 4 & 5 June 2013

    As a concept, Zero is vivid with possibilities, but, frustratingly, Willson’s choreography brings it to only intermittent life.  

  3. ATMA Dance: 'Erhebung' Sculpture: Jeff Lowe. Dancers: Hian Ruth Voon & Shreya Kumar. Photo: Chris Nash

    ATMA/Mayuri Boonham - Erhebung - Rich Mix

    Lise Smith, Wednesday 5 June 2013 — Performance: 31 May - 2 June 2013

    'Erbhebung' is a quietly bold work: introspective and poetic, it makes its own rather unique mark on the landscape of modern Indian dance... Continue Reading

  4. Jamila Johnson-Small’s 'The Birthday Party', part of Birthday Rites. Photo: Jemima Yong

    Birthday Rites - Chisenhale Dance Space

    Donald Hutera, Tuesday 4 June 2013 — Performance: 29 May 2013

    I wonder if Mercier’s literally punchy approach to 'Rite' could be the most flat-out original & daring of all the versions lately staged in London... Continue Reading

  5. Meryl Tankard - The Oracle -Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre

    Press Review 4Gerald Dowler, Telegraph, Tuesday 4 June 2013Performance 31 May 2013

    Tankard focuses as much on the smallest of gestures as on great leaps and twists; shudders of the body, the momentary lifting of a foot, the agonised spasms of fingers count for as much as White’s bursts of violent physicality. It is a brilliant concept, superbly executed  

  6. Wilkie Branson & Sally Cookson - Varmints - Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 3Lyn Gardner, Guardian, Tuesday 4 June 2013Performance 17 & 18 May 2013

    There is much to enjoy and admire here. The cast are genuinely engaging and perform with real verve.  

  7. Arthur Pita’s Open Heart Productions 100 hour dance marathon, Greenwich Borough Hall, 3 - 7 June. Photo: Ambra Vernuccio

    Nobody's Baby - Dance Marathon

    Tuesday 4 June 2013 by Carmel Smith

    At Greenwich Dance this week, 10 performers are set to dance for a 100 hours in a 1930s style dance marathon. It's all part of the research for a new Arthur Pita production - and you can drop in, or watch online Continue Reading

  8. Royal Ballet. Johan Kobborg & Alina Cojocaru in 'Romeo & Juliet'. Photo: Dee Conway. Royal Opera House

    Cojocaru & Kobborg - last London performances this week

    Monday 3 June 2013 by Carmel Smith

    Alina Cojocaru and Johan Kobborg have announced they will leave The Royal Ballet at the end of the 2012/13 season - they dance together for last time at the ROH in 'Mayerling' this Wednesday... Continue Reading

  9. European Aerial Dance Festival 2012. Image © Zoe Manders.

    European Aerial Dance Festival in Brighton this August

    Monday 3 June 2013 by Carmel Smith

    Fancy a flying trip to Brighton? The European Aerial Dance Festival (EADF), is back in Brighton this summer (5-11 August 2013), presented by Gravity & Levity in association with South East Dance and Brighton… Continue Reading

  10. Meryl Tankard - The Oracle -Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre

    Press Review 4Lyndsey Winship, Evening Standard, Monday 3 June 2013Performance 31 May 2013

    He is the kind of dancer who is so finely in control of every muscle that he can actually move with complete freedom. He inhabits Stravinsky’s score, not just rhythmically but as if plugging into the deep roots of those clashing, crashing chords and their story of sa… 

  11. Meryl Tankard's 'The Oracle' - dancer Paul White. Photo: Bettina Strenske

    Meryl Tankard - The Oracle -Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre

    Sanjoy Roy, Monday 3 June 2013 — Performance: 31 May 2013

    This is a mighty, and mightily disturbing piece, even – perhaps especially – when it has finished and the cathartic applause begins...  Continue Reading

  12. Akram Khan Company - iTMOi - Sadler's Wells

    Press Review 2Clement Crisp, Financial Times, Sunday 2 June 2013Performance 28 May - 1 June 2013

    The rigours of Stravinsky’s compositions, their unfailing clarity and motive power, their grandeur and suitability for dancing – as Balanchine proved – are everywhere ignored in this stupefying exercise in guess-work.  

  13. Meryl Tankard - The Oracle -Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre

    Press Review 4Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Sunday 2 June 2013Performance 31 May 2013

    White’s movements becomes distorted and hobbled, a piercing parallel of Nijinsky’s retreat into madness. And in his final, lung-bursting, convulsive leap, we can almost believe White is channelling Nijinsky’s performances of Petrushka, a tormented sou… 

  14. Royal Ballet - Raven Girl/Symphony in C - Royal Opera House

    Press Review Luke Jennings, Observer, Sunday 2 June 2013Performance in rep until 8 June 2013

    Raven Girl has structural issues, but moment to moment it’s still a delight. I loved Cowley’s masked and darkly glinting Raven, and Lamb’s remote, mysterious glamour is perfectly deployed in the title role.  

  15. Royal Ballet - Raven Girl/Symphony in C - Royal Opera House

    Press Review 2Louise Levene, Telegraph, Saturday 1 June 2013Performance in rep until 8 June 2013

    Sarah Lamb was sure and smiling in the opening allegro vivo; Yuhui Choe and Steven McRae sparkled in the third moment; and there was a luminous adagio from Marianela Nuñez  


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