I talk/you talk
Rhino Requiem by Timebomb Opera/Photo Richard Kaby
Now I guess I look respectable/Photo Jemsky
A performance about gender-age
Snickers (An American legend about one dark horse and their Australian venture) / Photo Dorothea Tuch
In the current epidemic of crime shows one finds out that justice is slipping away. Who is to blame? Capitalism? White men? Unicorns? One horse may have the answer.
Under the river down the river/ Photo Paloukis Spyros
A symbolic and surrealist trip about life. It is time to listen to our wild voice, to scratch the truth, to let appear the red fur, the golden dust, despite the blood.
Under the light of the lunar and the solar, we will experiment freedom, fertility and the abundance of life.
Rhino Requiem /Photo Alexander Blair
Part requiem and part ritual, this piece takes the audience on a journey deep into the heart of grief.
Fragility Solo performance at The Gathering / Photo Paolo Tosi
It is all about appearance, what does it mean to be strong? Could you do everything by yourself? Is there anyone who needs no one?
Alternative Miss World Show at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre/ Photo Richard Kaby
How can we use technology to deepen the connection to our body and to enhance intimacy between a performer and an audience? Digital umbilical is a live experience of human connection through the use of immersive and responsive sound and lightscapes.
Brautschau / Photo Fabienne Spiller
One last dance – An chéad damhsa / Photo Scout Stuart
Following the Brexit vote I am leaving, and One last dance-An chéad damhsa is my final love letter to the UK.
The great masked ball’s swan lake by Arensky orchestra /Photo Mirabelle Gremaud
Dandy minion in “A 24-decade history of popular music” by Taylor Mac /Photo La Tageuse Elegante
Fabulous and fearless, Taylor Mac reframes the social history of America through three decades of song in this no-holds-barred extravaganza of music, art, activism, and hugely entertaining mass ritual.
Traces by Lara Buffard /Photo Mauro Abbühl
How to redeem yourself with only seven deadly sins? by Gur Arie Piepskovitz & Lara Buffard /Photo Liz Gorman
Louder please! by Lara Buffard /Photo Gracegracegrace
Tea & Buns (not being the Tea & Buns you might expect) /Photo Sylvie Rottmeier
Carne/ we are all a piece of meat. Open your mouth…big! Eat it this death, heats up with your soul, with your guts.
Mama say make I dey go, she dey my back by Jelili Atiku for the opening of the Biennal of Venizia /Photo Cecilia Angeli
Promotion and enhancement of feminine energy and freedom of women in order to release their power of human development and creatives.
Look twice-look2eyes by Lara Buffard /Photo Liz Gorman
Everything is ephemeral and illusory.I see you.
Trans-Forming Pipi By Gur Arie Piepskovitz, Natalie Wong & Lara Buffard /Photo SteackHouse
All hail the new queen in town: Pipi-PhuckMeDontitme, Runner-up for Miss trans-Asia 2016. Equipped in her sash, crown, Mai-Tai and Long Parliament light, Pipi enters our kingdom to insert some glitz and glamour made in Asia and dispatched with love to the English islands. Jew-venile and Vita Dolorosa have already integrated themselves in English culture, now it’s time to help others. And tonight is about Pipi.
Eat your heart short movie by Lara Buffard & Catharine Cary /Photo Constant Couteille
The Golden Cage: female domesticity and oppression in the house, the castle or the harem.
“The life of an interior woman is the most overwhelming condition of the condition of women.”
— Simone De Beauvoir “The second sex” 1949
A passion for passion by Gur Arie Piepskovitz /Photo Rachel Bunce
The show deals with topics like pop-culture, religion, loss of leadership and political-correctness. It introduces the thread that connects celebrity-culture to monotheistic religions and highlights the commodification of politics and social issues in society. What are the patterns we have developed due to that process?
THE END by Jack Webb
THE END is a work that uses ‘THE END’ as a motivation to ask questions about the human condition by making similar dramatic provocations. What will the end of the world be like? What would you say in the last moment at the end of your life? What are our internal experiences and thoughts at the end of a performance or the end of disco and what does that euphoric feeling leave us with for the future?
A woman leaves is searching for the sacred fire that slumbers in her, far from the shackles and clichés that are usually attributed to women.
50 years of dance- Roman Photo by Boris Charmatz / Photo Tate Modern