Victor Quijada's choreography blurs the boundaries between urban, contemporary and classical dance. In Gravity of Center he has succeeded in containing the ferocity of hip-hop in a perfectly refined choreographic language.
Inspired by social issues ste
In a programme note Michael Keegan-Dolan, the Irish choreographer/director (and Sadler’s Wells associate artist) who founded Fabulous Beast Dance Theatre, sums up his take on the company’s Stravinsky-inspired double-bill: ‘ Rite is to do with the pa
The Place Prize for dance sponsored by Bloomberg was set up in 2004 as the first UK choreography competition in an attempt to support, nurture and celebrate new dance ideas. The Place Prize is now recognised as one of the most prestigious awards for conte
As part of a three-programme celebration to mark the centenary of Stravinsky’s ground-breaking The Rite of Spring, Fabulous Beast’s Irish interpretation of the music that inspired Nijinsky (and subsequently Kenneth Macmillan and Pina Bausch, among man
Keegan-Dolan reimagines his Olivier-nominated version of The Rite of Spring, which premiered at the London Coliseum in 2009 to great critical acclaim. Named as one of a few accounts that has truly realised Stravinsky’s vision alongside those of Vaslav N
OUR love affair with all things Latin American shows no signs of abating. Latest visitors from sunnier climes are the sexy and athletic Cubans who form Ballet Revolución, a kind of younger, flashier cousin of Danza Contemporánea de Cuba.