Dance

From India to Triana review

A perfect blend of Indian and flamenco, From India to Triana is an exploration of dance and music styles from the different cultures.  Produced and staged by home-grown company, The Rootless Company, the show is a unique blend, the crowd able to...

Limb(e)s review

The circus is given a dark, mournful twist in Limb(e)s, created by and starring Gabrielle Martin and Jeremiah Hughes. Their experimental show combines spell-binding movements with artistic lighting and an evocative soundscape to produce an...

India Flamenco- A Gypsy Tale Review

India Flamenco- A Gypsy Tale is a musical extravaganza that showcases the unity dance brings to the world. The musical follows the story of the arrival of the Romani people in Europe through the medium of dance and music.  The show begins with a...

Alba Flamenca Review

A passionate performance by the Edinburgh-based Alba Flamenca, the hour-long flamenco show is a feast for the eyes and ears.  Starting strong with an awe-inspiring number, the crowd is immediately taken by guitarist, Socrates Mastrodimos, whose...

‘Wonderfully odd’: Little Death Club review

Bernie Dieter’s Little Death Club is a Berlin-inspired experience of glitter and grunge.  It successfully bemuses the audience while welcoming them into Dieter’s weird and wonderful world. The costuming is befitting of the style, with trench...

Back of the Bus review

Back of The Bus is simultaneously everything and nothing like you would expect.  Choreographed and performed by the Java Dance Theatre from New Zealand, Back of The Bus bravely toys with what society envisions as ‘the performing stage’, to make...

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