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  1. Did no Forum contributors go to the Hippodrome last week ? Due to old age this is the first season for over 20 years that I haven’t become a subscriber and due to ill health I had to miss the first of the only three shows booked. I had been hoping ( with mixed feelings) to reading a review of what I had missed. I have heard a rumour that the new work was very good. More information would be very welcome.
  2. *Excited* I just received a newsletter update that Ballet Black are airing some of their performances online - each one will be available for seven days then the new one will be posted. They're also airing Beginner Adult Ballet Classes on their instagram page @originalballetblack, starting Sunday 26th April, 12pm. Website: https://balletblack.co.uk/bb-on-film/ For anyone interested, the Programme: - Now to 25th April: House of Dreams (2017) House of Dreams is a sparkling quartet exploring themes of love and loss set to the delicate music of Claude
  3. Exciting news via Facebook from Ballet Black and Freed on the launch of two new skin tones of shoe for poc.
  4. Ballet Black was back in Leeds last night with what is likely to be the last performances in the UK of Kit Holder's "To Fetch a Pail of Water?", Will Tuckett's Depouillement and Mark Bruce's "Second Coming" in the UK for some time. When we next see them again at the Barbican in March they will have a new programme of works by Christopher Hampson, Christopher Marney and Arthur Pita. It was good to welcome back Sayaka Ichikawa after a year's absence and to meet the company's impressive young dancers Mthuthuzeli November and Joshua Harriette. Judging by their performance last night we can exp
  5. I've just received an email from the Barbican stating, among other things, that Ballet Black will be appearing there next year: http://www.barbican.org.uk/theatre/event-detail.asp?ID=18677&utm_source=SilverpopMailing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=CCBIT061015X&utm_content=&spMailingID=49702337&spUserID=NDc3MDc2OTQ2MAS2&spJobID=780638569&spReportId=NzgwNjM4NTY5S0 I guess this covers the closure period for the ROH's Linbury Studio Theatre.
  6. Is anyone else coming to see Ballet Black's new programme at the Linbury next week or on their subsequent tour which takes in Cambridge, Guidford, Southport, Exeter and Nottingham? I saw them twice last year at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre in Tottenham in May and at Quarry Hill in November. I was bowled over by Christopher Marney's War Letters and Ludovik Ondiviela's Dopamine and although the company has lost Sarah Kundi to MurleyDance it has gained Isabela Coracy from Brazil who is a very powerful, athletic dancer. I am a great admirer of their founder and artistic director Cassa Pancho.
  7. Cambridge Arts Theatre Wednesday 13 June 2012 Despite this being Ballet Black’s eleventh year, I have to admit to not having seen them previously. And, on Wednesday night’s evidence, I suspect I’ve been missing the occasional treat. It proved a highly satisfactory evening, delivered by a company of just 7 dancers who, having begun this tour at the Linbury back in March, gave every sign of having completely absorbed the four dances on the programme. (There is one final performance, in Nottingham, on 19 June.) The first half comprised three pieces set respectively for two, one, and fo
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