Interview Image Credit: Loredana Denicola

The Sissy’s Progress: Nando Messias

Nando Messias’ work straddles performance art, dance and theatre. His performances combine beautiful images with a fierce critique of gender, visibility and violence. He has Read more >

Review Photo Credit: Tristam Kenton

Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch: “como el musguito en la piedra, ay si, si si (Like moss on a stone)

Refusing to hide in the toilets, I gingerly walk around the packed auditorium of Sadlers Wells. It’s the first night of Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch’s Read more >

Blog Image credit: May Day festivities at National Park Seminary in Maryland, 1907. Photograph: Creative Commons/Library of Congress

Celebrate and demonstrate: An organised dancers’ presence at May Day 2016

This Sunday 1 May dancers will be out in force demonstrating at London’s May Day Rally.

RL/P: At One Point

RL/P is a duo made up of performance artist Jonathan Rogerson and director/performer Nohar Lazarovich. They strive to make work that operates in the liminal Read more >

Meg Stuart/Damaged Goods : Until Our Hearts Stop

On Generosity and Trauma…Until Our Hearts Stop Kaaitheater, Brussels November 20th, 2016 Can you even remember that space where familiarity meets collision, a pain on Read more >

PanicLab – Swan Lake II : Dark Waters

Wandering home in the dark, the boy drunkenly stumbles. It’s a freezing December evening on the heath. The quickest way home is through the brambles, Read more >

Fucking With Ballet

In our new piece, Swan Lake II: Dark Waters we set out to interrogate ballet, as both a coded physical language and as a set Read more >


Plantain. Circling Gillet square, and a small paper picture of a violin. For an hour I dropped into the slow space of image-building through repeating, Read more >