sat 22/06/2024

Jenny Gilbert

Articles By Jenny Gilbert

Bluebeard, Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, Sadler's Wells review - bleak but ground-breaking

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Michael Keegan-Dolan, MÁM, Sadler's Wells review - folk goes radical

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'She was revolutionary': Tanztheater Wuppertal's new director on the legacy of Pina Bausch

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Resolution 2020, The Place review - new dance for a new decade

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Le Corsaire, London Coliseum review - hugely entertaining

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Best of 2019: Dance

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The Red Shoes, Sadler's Wells review - the ultimate stage movie

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Radio & Juliet/Faun/McGregor + Mugler, London Coliseum review - a fashion faux pas

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Svetlana Zakharova, Modanse, London Coliseum review - impeccably chic but soul-less

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Coppélia, Royal Ballet review - a real charmer

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Acosta Danza, Sadler's Wells review - a dose of Cuban sun

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Natalia Osipova: Pure Dance, Sadler's Wells review - a great ballerina branches out, again

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Concerto/Enigma Variations/Raymonda Act III, Royal Ballet review - time to cheer the corps de ballet

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Cross Currents/Monotones II/Everyone Keeps Me, Linbury Theatre review - the Royal Ballet finds the missing link

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Dada Masilo's Giselle, Sadler's Wells review - bold, brutal, unforgiving

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Manon, Royal Opera House review - splendid start to the season

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