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Edinburgh festival 2014 review: Wonders of the Universe/The Cut Tuk Show dance can be funny too

Comedy on the fringe may be dominated by individual standup shows, but this joyously absurd double-bill proves that dance too can be funny, surreal and rude.

ZooNation: Groove On Down the Road

After the success of ‘Into the Hoods’ and ‘Some Like it Hip Hop’, Kate Prince’s groundbreaking hip hop dance theatre company ZooNation delivers another extraordinary show with ‘Groove on Down the Road’.

News: Edinburgh International Festival 2014

The Edinburgh International Festival opened last week and runs until the 31 August – here’s a round up of what dance events will be presented as part of the festival and which ones will be coming to London.

Review: ZooNation - Groove On Down The Road - Southbank

‘This may be a theatre, but this is hip hop theatre – so make as much noise as possible,’ announced the narrator at the start of Groove On Down The Road, which has burst back onto the stage of Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall following last

Groove on Down the Road - ZooNation - Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre

Join Dorothy, Toto, Scarecrow, Tin Man and Lion as they groove on down the yellow brick road in this visually spectacular journey to Oz. Have your head spun and your heart warmed as they meet the mysterious Wizard and discover the joys of following their

ZooNation Youth Company – Groove On Down The Road – London

Having missed this show the first time around I was grateful to the Southbank Centre’s Festival of Love for providing the opportunity to catch a reprise of ZooNation’s modern-day take on The Wizard of Oz.

Hip Hop Fable Grooves But Doesn’t Move

This is the second season for Groove on Down the Road – ZooNation Youth Company’s hip hop interpretation of The Wizard of Oz — at the Southbank.

A hubbub of excitement greets BalletBoyz at The Roundhouse

BalletBoyz - theTalent emit versatility, stunning technique and velvety smooth movement material that stuns and enthrals - a beautiful triple bill of work.


An air of worshipful reverence is not often experienced at a dance performance but it aptly describes the soulful – if not spiritual – feelings encountered at the London Coliseum this week.

Balletboyz, Roundhouse, review: A showcase of testosterone and poise

The BalletBoyz’ Roundhouse shows are an end and a beginning: London’s last chance to see the admired double bill of Serpent and Fallen, plus a sneak preview of material from Young Men, the company’s next show.