Methods of Dance

Blog URL:http://methodsofdance.blogspot.com/
Blog Tags:Ballet, Contemporary Dance, Dance, Physical Theatre, Contemporary Ballet, Street Dance
Country:United Kingdom
Location:Manchester

News and reviews from a fortysomething gay man in Manchester who likes contemporary dance, ballet and physical theatre. Go figure.



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From Manchester International Festival -We have great news to share today – Manchester City Council has granted planning permission for Factory, an exceptional new arts and culture centre for Manchester.MIF will be the operator for Factory, creatin...

Well, just to keep things interesting - and because nothing has changed (arguably) - I am revisiting my Manchester? No, sorry news update for 2017.Find out what's the story with Manchester? No, sorry...Basically it is a list of companies that announc...

Just a few companies I would like to see in 2017: programmers take note! (I've tried to only include companies I know are currently active, have upcoming new work, have toured work recently or tour regularly.)L-E-V [Sharon Eyal | Gai Behar]Michael Ke...

In my 2015 Review of the Year I wrote the following:The inevitability of the major companies that tour annually endures. Graduate touring companies appear to have fallen away this year in favour of smaller-scale, often obscure, studio and installatio...

FLARE17

on Dec 5, 2016

FLARE17The Flare International Festival of New Theatre sets out to find some of the most exciting new makers of experimental theatre working internationally, and brings them together to perform in Manchester. Scheduled alongside Manchester Internatio...

SICK! Festival

on Dec 5, 2016

SICK! FestivalSICK! Festival heads to HOME, Contact and The Lowry as part of a city-wide programme.SICK! Festival confronts the physical, mental and social challenges that we face in our individual and collective lives. In 2017, the festival has a sp...

10000 GesturesBoris CharmatzOne of Europe’s most daring and exciting choreographers, Boris Charmatz will be opening his newest work at MIF17. For this highly ambitious piece, staged in an atmospheric space in central Manchester, a 25-strong ensembl...