Goddard Nixon: Middlemost Nowhere
Middlemost Nowhere is a duet of fractured tenderness and mysterious camaraderie.
Harsh Arctic beauty and the instinct to survive combine to create a journey with no horizon. This piece was first created for the Plac
In Cure, Fearghus Ó Conchúir assembles six solos choreographed by the five performers of Tabernacle (presented at The Place in Nov 2011) and by artist Sarah Browne into a full length work.
Cure is about the process of getting over challenges, about
Akram Khan’s full-length contemporary solo DESH made its world premiere in 2011 to unanimous critical praise and has since enjoyed a triumphant return run at Sadler’s Wells. His most personal work to date, DESH has been declared “a masterpiece” (T
This year’s festival travels to the buzzing heart of Hoxton Street, with the Barbican animating the closing day of the festivities. Join us for a top quality mix of live music, theatre and dance and take part in family-friendly events to celebrate the c
Head to Dalston’s hippest square for a packed day of live music and dance workshops. For all ages and abilities, this annual event unites some of east London’s finest talent to create a carnival spirit. Grab your glad rags and dancing shoes or simply
This unique double bill opens with the inaugural performance of the National Youth Dance Company. (in between) is a specially commissioned work from NYDC’s first Guest Artistic Director Jasmin Vardimon. The work combines Vardimon’s unique style of phy
For the past two years Still House's Dan Canham has been capturing conversations with people of the fens in East Anglia.
Ours Was The Fen Country is an ethereal piece of documentary dance-theatre, Dan and his team fuse movement and sound with the words
Robert Clark: Amstatten
An allegory of fear and confinement.
Amstatten draws on stories of hostage situations taken from news reports of the past 30 years presenting the audience a piece that is both beautiful and disturbing. Amstatten contrasts the p
Keep ploughing the same furrow. That's what artists tend do in a crowded field, and what our two best-known dance-makers, Wayne McGregor and Akram Khan, have been doing in different ways for well over a decade.