Jérôme Bel conjures stage magic with Candoco Dance Company

A 5 Star Review by Judith Mackrell, The Guardian

Whether he’s working with a soloist from the Paris Opera Ballet or with a bunch of schoolkids, Jérôme

Five things you should know about Jérôme Bel

The Show Must Go On is one of the iconic works in the illustrious career of French choreographer Jerome Bel. Examining the relationship between art and life, challenging expectations and controlled by a DJ, the performers follow lyrics of the songs, ranging from musicals to well-loved pop songs.


Ultima Vez reviewed by Jacob Seelochan

...The amount of times I sharply inhaled, or clenched the chair’s armrests was uncountable. The men and women on stage were an energetic combination of gymnasts and dancers, with their executions and straight-faces making the experience almost surreal. To comprehend the concentration and strength needed for some of those moves was worthy of an ovation just in itself.

Episodes 2015

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Review: Aomori Aomori @ Chapter

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After attending a presentation with Teiko Hinuma on Tuesday, she gave an overview of the great artistic strides taken place in Japan and how international artists are involved with Artists in Residencies Japan and other projects. It's highly stimulating that so many opportunities are available and as a young artist the prospects are enticing, to say the least.... To read more please visit

Live Bolero celebrates the In Notts We Love Dance Festival

Nottingham Post - 13 July 14


Tram-line dancers and a backing track brighten up a routine trip

Nottingham Post - 7 July 2014

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Torvill and Dean dance tribute to be staged in Corby

Northamptonshire Telegraph

A video guide to the steps for the Live Bolero dance tribute, also being staged in Nottingham and Skegness, is now available online for people who want to join in...

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Big Dance Pledge

Leicester Mercury

Roberta Jean's Road Postures comes to Nottingham

as part of neat14

The Old Chemistry Theatre at Nottingham Trent University will host the performance of Road Postures, co-produced by Mystery Skin

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