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REVIEW: Cloud Dance Festival: "Showtime" - Bernie Grant Arts Centre, London, Friday 15th November 2013


Fresh. New. Talented. Evolving. Emerging.

Whatever buzzword you opt for, Cloud Dance Festival’s opening “Showtime” line-up encompassed the most innovative up-and-coming new works from the world of contemporary dance. 925 more words


Cloud Dance Festival: "Showtime" - Bernie Grant Arts Centre, London, November 2013 - Milton Keynes angle

Milton Keynes-based writer, journalist and dance reviewer Georgina Butler is invited to a dance writing masterclass in London and reviews city-trained choreographer Jo Meredith’s newest work… 762 more words


Cloud Dance Festival: "Showtime" - writing about contemporary dance - Bernie Grant Arts Centre, London, November 2013

#writingdancingwriting #dancingwritingdancing

“Dancing in all its forms cannot be excluded from the curriculum of all noble education; dancing with the feet, with ideas, with words, and, need I add that one must also be able to dance with the pen?” 769 more words


Showtime - Cloud Dance Festival: Bernie Grant Arts Centre, London, 17 November 2013

The Silver Linings

Tirelessly creating essential opportunities for young choreographers to present their work, Cloud Dance Festival descended on the Bernie Grant Arts Centre in Tottenham, London, for a long weekend of new and new-ish works. 406 more words


TaliaTalks: Top Tip - Cloud Dance Festival

Returning the 5th – 7th of July, Cloud Dance Festival is once again showcasing the best of emerging choreographers. Taking place at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre in North London and featuring 21 dance works, it’ll be a unmissable weekend choc-a-block with new dance. 76 more words

Headline quote

Seeing my words attached to my name, quoted by the dance company they were written about, makes me feel quite weird. Slightly alarmed in fact. It’s only 3 words but the recipient values them enough to recycle them as promotion. 96 more words

Hofesh Shechter

Do the flailbox (again)

Cloud Dance Festival on Friday made me want to write Flailbox again. Mainly because dancers need to get the message that USING TEXT DOESN’T MAKE YOU LOOK SMARTER AND ALMOST DEFINITELY DETRACTS FROM YOUR CHOREOGRAPHY UNLESS YOU’RE COMPLETELY AWESOME. 330 more words

Rambert Dance Company