Weightless is part of Flexer’s company’s 20th birthday, and was made from looking at old footage of old pieces, discarding it, beginning again. Alongside the Read more >
Before I could get too overwhelmed by the cheesiness of this, he started to do this incredible dance, the dance of someone who moves as himself, of himself and with himself.
FRINGE makes me want to do a bellyflop: to break open the water with my awkwardly soft and nauseous belly.
I can’t remember why the evening’s host John Berkavitch was talking about ‘décollage’, but his little reminder to us (and to himself) that the word Read more >
Homemade is a commissioning scheme from Chisenhale Dance Space in which an artist is given money and space to create something new, something that takes Read more >
Suffice to say the noise in the auditorium is like nothing I’ve ever heard before. Sitting in row E of the stalls with all the people Read more >
Guest writer Kitty Fedorec offers her thoughts on the last evening of the FRINGE programme.
The performance proposes a frame in which the performers can just get on with what they’re doing and not have to worry about including/ seducing the audience with their eyes/ facial expressions/ quick wit. It’s like an antidote to dance theatre.