All posts tagged dance

The Barbican Centre: a love affair with the arts

The Barbican is not just one thing. It’s architecture, it’s film, it’s music, it’s wining and dining, it’s performance, it’s dance, it’s art. In fact, I’d go as far as […]

REVIEW: Fakear @ Koko Camden

Théo Le Vigoureux, aka Fakear, is a French musician, songwriter and producer who, after having established a fervent fan base in his native France, has gifted his globally-tuned dance music […]

Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui’s PLUTO at the Barbican

When I think of Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, I think of a renowned Belgian dancer and choreographer who has always had a knack for blending together different art forms. His ballets, […]

An Evening of Meat by Performance Artist Kate March

Anyone who knows me can attest to me being a dedicated vegetarian, so they might be surprised to find that when offered to attend a night out named An Evening […]

Ballie Ballerson: adult ball pit and bar.

It is official, as of next month I will no longer be a teenager. That’s right, I will be reaching the ripe old age of twenty. However, I must admit […]

Exclusive Preview: The Black Cat Cabaret – launching the 11th of November 2017.

In need of something to do for Christmas or New Years? The Black Cat Cabaret might just be what you are looking for.   Having toured and performed their established […]

Mayerling Reviewed: Darkly Psychological and Intricately Emotional

My visits to the Royal Opera House are usually marked by two distinct feelings: the first, upon entering the venue and during the champagne-guzzling intervals is a creeping dread that […]

Defying Disinformation, Inspiring Change…

The state of the world right now is a far cry from what it was a year ago, or two or three years ago more so. Never could Brexit have […]

‘When John Met Joseph’: Interview

“I thought, there’s got to be a play in that.” The third performance part of the New Writers’ Festival is When John Met Joseph. I spoke to the writer and […]