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The Art of Touch/ Rainforest/ A Linha Curva, Rambert, Sadler's Wells

The Art of Touch/ Rainforest/ A Linha Curva, Rambert, Sadler's Wells

Two rich dishes of past contemporary masters plus a fast food sugar-rush

Pieter Symonds and Jonathan Goddard in 'Rainforest': 'stirring themselves amid the LSD landscape of silver floating pillows'Chris Nash/Rambert

There are occasionally pieces of dance that you just want not to have to scribble notes about, just to watch and enjoy through your senses, not perming it all through the verbal brain. Siobhan Davies’s The Art of Touch is one of those, and when her company went into something of a creative abeyance to focus on producing a new dance community centre, this was one of Davies’s many gems of dance poetry that I feared we might never be able to bask in again.

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