Dance

Ladylike (CASA Festival)

By 18 July, 2019

It might have been 2 years since we were last blessed with CASA Festival’s presence, but Ladylike, an interpretive dance performance proves the producers have been nothing but productive. Ladylike takes us on a sensual journey across Brazil,... Read Article

REVIEW Yuli – The Carlos Acosta Story

By 12 April, 2019

For those not familiar, Carlos Acosta, born in Cuba in ’73  into an impoverished family, is one of the most well renowned ballet dancers in history. Raise the curtains, cue the lights, and get ready to experience the... Read Article

REVIEW Havana Club Rumba Sessions: La Clave

By 28 January, 2016

Nearly thirty years have passed since Gilles Peterson curated his first Sunday afternoon session at the legendary Dingwalls club in North London. From these modest beginnings, he has now become one of the premier tastemakers in UK dance culture;... Read Article

Basics of Tango (Part Two)

By 31 May, 2011

Last week Luz Sinatra, our Tango expert, told you about the history and benefits of tango. This week we look into what it takes to become good at tango and hit the milonga floor. These are some interesting... Read Article

Basics of Tango (Part One)

Basics of Tango (Part One)

By 23 May, 2011

Ah… Tango! No doubt, the most idealised paired dance in the world. And there’s plenty of reasons for that. The closeness, the intimacy, the cadence, the wordless conversation of the bodies, the acute polarisation of the gender’s roles…... Read Article