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DANCE

In JG Ballard’s novel, Concrete Island, an architect is left stranded after a car accident in an area of overgrown wasteland in the middle...

Emerging out of what appears to be primordial soup, dancers Mickael Henrotay-Delaunay and Ismael Oiartzabal weave a tale of friendship and derring-do in Hocus...

A hefty gold dildo makes a star turn in choreographer Boaz Barkan’s eccentric lecture-performance May I Speak About Dance? The shimmering phallus in question is...

The idea that your life flashes before your eyes as you die is given a distinctly contemplative air by Finnish company Teatteri Metamorfoosi in...

Cha-cha heels and cheese abound in Burn the Floor: Rebels of Ballroom, a cheerful hour-long exhibition of glitzy costumes, snappy technique and hair pomade. Despite...

Cold Blood is something truly special. Like Kiss and Cry Collective's eponymous first show, which was also the brainchild of film-maker Jaco Van Dormael...

Choreographer Ludovic Ondiviela recasts Giselle as a modern horror, complete with a mortuary scene, in this ambitious and atmospheric full-length ballet (the first ever...

Pink Mama Theatre’s Jungle purports to be about the legacy of colonialism. It is baffling, tedious and momentously misguided. For 45 minutes, the audience (mainly...

Two female dancers tread gingerly across an empty space. Beneath them, a video projection on the floor displays fleeting images of stark grey rocks,...

The story of Carmen has been reimagined countless times, but Christopher Renshaw’s Carmen La Cubana, which draws its inspiration from both Bizet’s opera and...

Che Malambo begins with the thunder of drums. Twelve Argentine Malambo dancers make up this all-male company and they advance as one, in a...

A thunderous, hypnotic drumbeat. The scalp-prickling drone of cellos. The low voices of a choir as they intone the lyrics of Space Oddity like...
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