Review for Giselle written by Phil Lowe for Nottingham Post 8th October. South Africa’s award-winning choreographer Dada Masilo enthrals at… Read more Review: Dada Masilo’s Giselle. Nottingham Post.
Dada Masilo has a reputation for tackling the ‘classics’ and re-presenting them in an entirely new way but her Giselle… Read more Review: Giselle. Dada Masilo. Nottingham Theatre Royal.
Dance Consortium presents South Africa’s award-winning DADA MASILO GISELLE UK AUTUMN TOUR 2019 // http://www.danceconsortium.com/DadaGiselle // UK PREMIERE PERFORMANCES Dance… Read more Dance news. Dada Masilo’s Giselle Nottingham Royal Concert Hall 8-9 October
Following the worldwide success of Yuli, a film about international ballet star Carlos Acosta, Dance Consortium is delighted to announce… Read more Promo: Carlos Acosta 2020 tour
DANCE CONSORTIUM presents DADA MASILO GISELLE South Africa’s internationally renowned choreographer, Dada Masilo, presents her fearless re-imagining of the iconic classic, Giselle.… Read more Promo: Dance Consortium presents Giselle by Dada Masilo. Theatre Royal Nottingham. 8-9 October 2019
Dance Consortium, a group of seventeen large-scale theatres located across the UK, announces the m¡longa UK Tour 2017. Created by… Read more m¡longa UK Tour 2017 comes to Nottingham Royal Centre. Exclusive interview with Nélida Rodriguez de Aure.
For two very sexy contemporary dance nights at Nottingham Royal Concert Hall, courtesy of Dance Consortium, Cuba’s flagship contemporary dance… Read more Review: Danza Contemporánea De Cuba. Royal Concert Hall Nottingham.
Through Dance Consortium the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre finally arrive at Nottingham Royal Concert Hall for a programme of… Read more Review: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. Nottingham Royal Concert Hall.
Modern ballet, like any constantly evolving art form feeds off a huge variety of influences be they cultural, social or… Read more Review: Nederlands Dans Theater2 Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
It’s not often you can say “This is the funniest evening at the ballet.” With the wickedly funny Les Ballets… Read more Review: The fabulous ‘Trocks’ at Nottingham Royal Concert Hall