A performance of movement and emotion, as exhilarating as it is mesmeric, Van Huynh Company’s Re:birth is a transcendent dance experience.
A Season of Bangla Drama 2023 is graced with a stunning performance from Kumar Sharma’s sublime dance troupe, the Kathak Rockers.
As The PappyShow celebrate their 10th Anniversary with a Birthday Pit Party spectacular at the Barbican, we caught up with Founder & Artistic Director Kane Husbands to talk about a decade of PappyShow, the value of inclusivity and identity, the state of UK theatre arts, and (of course) things to do in London…
It’s great to be back in The Albany’s distinctive theatre space, but despite some beautiful moments, Quang Kien Van’s Babylon feels like a work in progress.
An outstanding, visually stunning reimagining of The Matrix, from director Danny Boyle.
For a show which places death in its title, this is a beautiful, life-affirming show from BLINK Dance Theatre!
Pole dancing and gig-theatre combine for this autobiographical show of two halves which ultimately finds a startlingly emotional depth.
A dance theatre exploration of chemsex that needs to inhale deeper.
Undeniably bold and provocative, Fimbo Butures’ ‘For you: wicked’ nevertheless feels out of place at VAULT Festival.
A mesmeric, unmissable mash-up of live theatre, dance and VR gaming, Kakilang’s HOME X is hybrid performance art with an urgent message about migration and the nature of home.