AS ONE visually striking moment melts into the next, you start to realise that Sutra is as much a piece of visual art as it is performance. Which, given that the set was designed by British sculptor Antony Gormley, makes perfect sense.
AT A festival designed specifically for children, it can sometimes be as interesting to watch the audience reaction as the show itself.
A THREE-MINUTE routine on Sky 1’s Got To Dance may have endeared Prodijig to the judges and viewing public – but choreographer Alan Kenefick knew he would have to come up with a lot more before taking his company out on tour.
DRUG taking, urinating and bare bottoms may not be unheard of in Glasgow on a Saturday night, but you don’t usually find them on stage at the Theatre Royal. Certainly not in a Scottish Ballet production, anyway.
INSPIRED by the recollections of around 150 Cumbernauld pensioners, this moving piece is a follow-up to Tricky Hat Productions’ show last year, foregrounding experiences that tend to be overlooked by physical theatre.
EVEN before curtain up, you could tell something special was about to happen. A projection of rainfall cascaded down the velvet drapes that separated us from the action yet to unfold.
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