"Duwane Taylor" tag
East Wall at the Tower of London - the finale choreographed by Hofesh Shechter.© Victor Frankowski. (Click image for larger version)

East London Dance, Hofesh Shechter Company & LIFT Festival – East Wall: Storm the Tower – London

East London Dance, Hofesh Shechter Company and LIFT Festival East Wall: Storm the Tower ★★★★✰ London, Tower of London eastwall.org www.hofesh.co.uk www.liftfestival.com www.eastlondondance.org Sitting outside on a balmy summer evening in London, watching…

Living Room Circus's The Penguin & I.© Miriam Strong. (Click image for larger version)

New Writers on New Dance at Place Resolution 2018 (part 2)

Part 2 features reviews by Emma Boxall, Coral Montejano Cantoral, Emma Iskowitz and Francesca Marotto…

Duwane Taylor's It's Time to Speak.© Irven Lewis. (Click image for larger version)

Watts Dance, Grov Productions and Duwane Taylor – Place Resolution 2018

★★★✰✰   Duwane Taylor’s “It’s Time to Speak”… is powerful theatre that left a lump in many of our throats at the end.

Natsha Gooden and Corey Culverwell in Into the Hoods Remixed.© Ed Miller. (Click image for larger version)

ZooNation – Into the Hoods Remixed – London

Like the novelist who writes a best-seller first time out, whatever Kate Prince goes on to create in the future, she’ll always struggle to match the brilliance of her first full-length show – Into the Hoods…

Tommy Franzen and Duwane Taylor in The Mad Hatter's Tea Party.© Dave Morgan, courtesy the Royal Opera House. (Click image for larger version)

ZooNation Dance Company – The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party – London

…a show that is all about simply feeling good and being part of an event rather than just a spectator.

ZooNation in Unplugged.© ZooNation. (Click image for larger version)

ZooNation – Unplugged – London

In short, it was foot-tapping fun!

Sarah Richards in Some Like it Hip-Hop.© Dave Morgan. (Click image for larger version)

ZooNation – Some Like It Hip Hop – London

The title of Kate Prince’s latest extravaganza is way too modest. On the basis of the universal adulation pouring from this audience, not just at the end but throughout the show, it would appear that EVERYONE likes it hip hop.

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