Words by Diane Parkes. Acclaimed South African choreographer and dancer Dada Masilo brings together European and African influences in her latest show which comes to Sadler’s Wells this February before a UK tour. The Sacrifice blends […]
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 […]
Words by Katie Hagan and Stella Rousham. Launched in July 2021, Independent Dance’s International Festival of Learning is designed to put the accent on expanded approaches to learning, collaboration, performance and international exchange, with 30+ […]
By Hannah Draper. ROMA by Anthony Lo Giudice was performed at Dance City, Newcastle, Friday 9th Dec 2022. A wooden bench. A vertical backdrop of clay coloured paper. A brass gong. Glasses filled with water. […]
Words by Francesca Matthys. Sweet was performed at APT Gallery on the 29th November as part of Fest en Fest 2022. Sweet by Stina Nyberg is a unique piece of art that I was fortunate to […]
Words by Francesca Matthys. GOING BERSERK was performed at APT Gallery on the 29th November as part of Fest en Fest 2022. There is something striking about a black body indulging freely in rhythm, in movement, […]
Words by Josephine Leask. Performed at The Place. Emilyn Claid brings her magnetic presence and seductive interplay of identities back to the stage after 22 years with her solo Untitled. Reflective, humorous and unbelievably moving, she […]
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 […]