Birmingham Royal Ballet:Peter & The Wolf Review…

Last night I watched Birmingham Royal Ballet at Malvern Theaters. They performed a double bill of ‘Peter and the Wolf’ & ‘Seasons of our World’. This was my first-time watching Birmingham Royal Ballet so I was very intrigued to see them. I went with the dance school I teach at and my parents as they both had the night off work. We managed to book using … Continue reading Birmingham Royal Ballet:Peter & The Wolf Review…

Richard Alston Dance Company at Malvern Theaters Review…

Last night I watched the Richard Alston Company perform at Malvern Theaters . As soon as I saw this advertised months ago I booked myself a ticket, not very often does contemporary dance of this standard visit this sleepy area, so I was very quick off the mark. The company was established in 1994 and has produced a vast amount of work since. This performance … Continue reading Richard Alston Dance Company at Malvern Theaters Review…

A Dance Degree But No Confidence…

I wanted to write this blog post as I feel I am stuck in a hole. I think other graduates, not just dance graduates have felt like this since graduating… Before going off to university you are without a doubt naive. With this naivety comes endless bundles of confidence and down right cockiness. With this attitude you strut off to uni like a peacock showing … Continue reading A Dance Degree But No Confidence…

BalletBoyz ‘Fourteen Days’…

On Monday I went to the theatre and watched the all male dance company BalletBoyz perform their most recent pieces in ‘Fourteen Days’. The company described the performances as ‘a manifestation of curiosity’. The first half of the performance was made from 4 sections that the company created in ’14 days’ hence the name of the production! Each section was created by four different choreographers … Continue reading BalletBoyz ‘Fourteen Days’…