Time for a bit more digging! Quite a lot has occurred in May, and the words on everyone’s lips has been ‘The Bench’.
And we’re back! I peruse the worldwide web and newspapers for interesting news (you might have missed) that may push the debate forward, and I guess you read! What’s gone on in April?
English National Ballet’s She Said sent a vital signal to the industry by being an industry first – female choreographers commissioned by ENB for the Spring bill. (more…)
What’s been in the news in March? Unfortunately, it looks like another quiet one. Well, in terms of mainstream media. You’ll be happy to know a lot of practitioners have continued to be busy bodies behind the scenes!
The small pen meets the mighty giant. Heading into Watford Palace Theatre to digest Phoenix Dance Theatre’s triple bill, I felt the gravitas in the atmosphere. “35 years of excellence, diversity, and innovation” is no small feat. Nor is it something to take lightly in this sector.
The young Undivided Loves, created in February, is joined by fan favourite Melt on its fifth year touring, and Until.With/Out.Enough, created in 1997 and re-imagined in 2015. (more…)
What’s been in the news this month? The lull has returned. Apologies for getting excited last month. (more…)
What’s been in the news in January? Quite a lot of things (finally!). The gender equality debate has gained even more grounds, bringing in a lot of voices that would usually spectate, or quietly get on with the fight in their own ways. (more…)