The Legend of Mike Smith @ The Albany

Saxophonist, Jazz composer, and rapper, Soweto Kinch, brings a fusion of jazz, hip hop and physical theatre in an hour and a half package. The plainly named Mike Smith is a signalled smirk from the talented artist, who is ironically flirting with a fictional everyman. What we get, however is a character ripe with hip-hop clichés, […]

Dan Watson’s Jacket Dance @ Chisenhale Dance Space

by Jenna Corker Without falling victim to profundity: Dan Watson’s Jacket Dance is a poignantly hilarious and witty observation on contemporary dance today and its predictability is spot on. The parody is filled with impressive lifts, gone amiss, spoken word, taken from all the loves songs and over dramatised contact between dancers.  Moments typically created […]

Dehli2Dublin @ Norden Farm

Dehli2Dublin gave a playfully unique and pumped up performance, which enlivined the often sober Norden Farm audience. The Canadian Bhangra-Celtic band with dub beats and reggae rhythms are as fused as they appear. With a kilted Korean, tie-dyed DJ, goth-rock violinist, Bhangra percussionist and cute lead singer, the stylised band would translate into the perfect […]

Chisenhale Dance Space- 30th Birthday Programme

The East London based dance studio has finalised its celebration schedule with mongrel collaboration of film and performance to enjoy, as well as pay-what-you-can workshops and of course cake! The bar is set with Eleanor Sikorski’s performance ‘Cake’ on 19th September and stretched out into November, so plenty of chance to get involved and support […]

Fleabag @ Underbelly, Edinburgh Fringe

‘Fleabag’ is a modern woman. Her coarse desire for sex is insatiable, damn the consequences, with an appetite for anything: ‘lesbian’ ‘gay’ ‘gangbang’ ‘anal’ ‘swallow’. Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s brilliant one-woman-performance, showcases her RADA performance training, as she populates the world around her modern anti-hero character: Fleabag, who tries to save her guinea-pig themed café. She carefully […]

The Edinburgh Fringe Hangover

Leaving Edinburgh Fringe is like suffering from a massive hangover. You’ll try and piece it together, ask yourself why you went, and promise yourself never again. Edinburgh Fringe is the calendar event of the year for the Arts. Despite the phenomenal cost attached to the yearly Fringe, Arts enthusiast and hopefuls flock in their thousands. […]