REVIEW: STEPMOTHER/STEPFATHER
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REVIEW: STEPMOTHER/STEPFATHER

Arthur Pita & HeadSpaceDance present a double bill of dark dance Fri 3 March, The Place London Award-winning Director and Choreographer, Arthur Pita in collaboration with HeadSpaceDance returned to London to present his latest production STEPMOTHER/STEPFATHER – a truly wickedly gruesome double bill of dark dance. Part one of the double bill Stepmother presents a … Continue reading

Review: Strangers in Between
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Review: Strangers in Between

The King’s Head Theatre, London Catch it until 4 February 2017 A cleverly written tale of unconventional relationships between three different aged gay men, focussing on a sixteen-year-old runaway, Shane, who’s stumbling through life in the big city of Sydney, Australia. Terrific one-liners slice up the tension, which is sometimes sexually charged but regularly rather … Continue reading

Edifice Dance Theatre presents: ‘TIL DEATH DO US…
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Edifice Dance Theatre presents: ‘TIL DEATH DO US…

Wed 17 Aug, The Cockpit London Described as a ‘A Double Bill Of Dance Based On Literary Tragedies’, Edifice Dance Theatre, performing as part of the Camden Fringe, definitely delivered an evening of passion and Latin-contemporary dance infused drama. The Company was founded just last year, but is already selling out their shows, as seen … Continue reading

REVIEW: RESOLUTION 2016
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REVIEW: RESOLUTION 2016

Tues 26 Jan The Place, London Resolution, an annual festival for new dance, at the Place is now in its 27th year. Presenting work from emerging artists throughout January and February. This evening’s triple bill combines abstract relationships with visceral human interaction. aKa Dance Theatre perform a quirky duet that builds tension, interspersed with subtle humour. … Continue reading