February 6, 2020

From February 1st to February 2nd, the Barbican Centre threw open its doors in celebration of Ludwig van Beethoven’s 250th birthday. This weekend was filled to the brim with concerts, discussions and literary performances that warmly revealed the man behind the music a...

February 6, 2020

When Alice’s Adventures Under Ground first premiered a few years back, the thought of this frenzied and fraught production finding a home at the prestigious Royal Opera House seemed shocking. In a fantastical turn of events, Anthony McDonald has staged Gerald Barry’s o...

November 10, 2019

The magic of this production of The Sleeping Beauty was fulfilled through Yasmine Naghdi’s impossible conquering of gravity. The prodigy confronted the stage en pointe with poise, suggesting that her frame was not susceptible to the same earthly forces us mer...

October 17, 2019

This week, the Royal Ballet once again engages its audience with a story of self-deceiving masculine desire and sexual exploitation. Kenneth MacMillan’s Manon portrays the rise of a young girl through her promiscuity before her inevitable fall from grace. The opera als...

March 23, 2019

Yamato is sending explosive energy through London this March, as their powerful drumming rocks the foundations of our city and reawakens its dwellers. Passion shoots sparks through your every cell and each beat of the taiko drum catalyses your heart.

© Yamato in Passion


March 8, 2019

Considering the dissenting reviews that had welcomed the premiere of Liam Scarlett’s Frankenstein in 2016, criticising its narrative format, I was curious to discover the production myself. Indeed, Scarlett’s portrayal of the classic was by no means exemplary, nonethel...

February 24, 2019

This February, Cirque Éloize returns to London for their 25th Anniversary and dazzles with their combination of circus arts, theatrics, orchestration and comedy. The Montreal based company has transformed London’s Peacock Theatre into an art-deco grand hotel, with ener...

February 3, 2019

In every party, street and workplace, there is one girl. "That girl". The one that no matter the hustle and bustle of the world around her, remains the whirlwind that lures in all passers-by. She could have had a fresh blow-dry, or she could have been blessed with lock...

February 1, 2019

Within our fast pace world moments of pure visual ecstasy can be few and far between, however Tango Fire’s display of ferocious passion will reignite your desires.

German Cornejo rules the Argentinian company like a Latin Cupid, bringing his show to London just in time...

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