Words by Katie Hagan. Performed at Blue Elephant Theatre 4-5 November. Noa Genazzano’s 2023 performed at Blue Elephant Theatre is a moody and meditative work that gives time and space to reflect on how we can consciously […]
Feminism, gender, horror, queer culture and sexuality take centre stage in Fest en Fest 2022.
In Her Skin primes the digital stage for a fascinating performance of fashion, character and embodiment.
Words by Inês Carvalho. If we talk about inclusive dance in the UK, ‘Candoco’ is an inescapable name. Three decades after its establishment in 1991, Candoco Dance Company brings together past and present associates to […]
Words by Maya Williams. This response to SERAFINE1369’s We can no longer deny ourselves was never intended to be a review. It was a scramble of phone notes, a day out with a friend and […]
Words by Stella Rousham In preparation for my interview with dance artist and choreographer Jules Cunningham last Saturday, I decided to listen to Stravinsky’s The Firebird and Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto, No.1 – two canonical classical […]
Words by Bengi-Sue Sirin I am deaf. And I love dance. So I must say, I was very, very excited to see Nua Dance’s NOISE at The Place featuring the brilliant Deaf dancer Chris Fonseca, […]
Words by Jodie Nunn. Paved with poeticism, poignancy, and playfulness, EQ DANCE CO. offers a conversant take on the quest for physical, mental, and spiritual Sanctuary, emblazoned with a profound nuance that glistens like golden […]
Words by Stella Rousham. Time is an essential organising principle. It determines when we sleep, wake, work and play. Whilst the mechanisms of time are often taken for granted, SERAFINE1369’s (Jamila-Johnson Small) latest multi-part installation, […]
Words by Francesca Matthys. Mapping Gender was performed at The Place in September 2022. Mapping Gender by Anders Duckworth in collaboration with sound artist Kat Austen–is a beautifully tailored piece of performance art/dance theatre that […]