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From ballet to physical theatre, some of the most powerful performances are all about movement. We’re not experts in dance by any means, but we’re always willing to give it a go and you’ll find our honest and unpretentious opinions here.

Bridging the Void, Rich Mix – Review

Credit: Josh Tomalin

Pros: The production features exciting, high energy movement set to visually arresting video footage. Cons: The large audience often blocks the three dancers from view and at times the live dancing and pre-recorded footage does not feel fully integrated. Bridging the Void is a dance, film and music production with choreography by Rachel Johnson. The production combines live dance with original music and footage of a sunrise over Primrose Hill, which is projected onto the back wall of the venue. ...

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The Odyssey, Wilton’s Music Hall – Review

Credit: Wilton's Music Hall

Pros: The show’s imagination, creativity and atmosphere are outstanding examples of how to bring a classic to life. Cons: Some may find the flashing lights, loud metal music and smoke a bit much. Wilton’s Music Hall is a charming piece of history. It is the oldest surviving music hall in the world and its exposed and crumbling bricks, distressed walls and creaky floorboards make it the perfect venue for a classic piece of art to come to life in modern form. ...

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