‘Just as we Are’ Dance Review

by Charlotte Constable BGROUP – JUST AS WE ARE Choreographed and directed by Ben Wright 7/3/13 at The Point, Eastleigh Uniqueness. Interactions. Identity. People. In a pre-show discussion of his new work, Just As We Are, Ben Wright explains how he believes that answering big questions about humanity is always his aim. This time he …

D@rwin: Cultiv-8 Review

D@rwin's Cultiv-8 production reviewed by Charlotte Constable. 2nd Feb 2013 Performing Arts Studio 2, The University of Winchester Artistic Director: Debbie Lee-Anthony Tonight the University of Winchester’s touring dance company, D@win, presented another of their eclectic annual productions. This year the work, entitled Cultiv-8 and directed by Debbie Lee-Anthony, saw the third year choreographers within …

Vincent Dance’s Motherland in Review

by Charlotte Constable ‘I need to look easy – but not too easy. I need to earn my own living - but not earn more than him…’ Thus reads the text of one of Charlotte Vincent’s collaborations with similarly feminist colleague Liz Aggiss in Vincent’s latest work, ‘Motherland’. Standard feminist talking points, you might say. …

The Incredible Presence of a Remarkable Absence: Lila Dance in Review 27/9/12

by Charlotte Constable This evening The Point saw the world premiere of Lîla Dance’s The Incredible Presence of a Remarkable Absence, a tragic comedy informed by Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot. The first of a double bill, the evening opened with A Readiness, a charming but unnerving duet performed by Abi Mortimer and Carrie Whitaker--- …