Review: Bon 4 Bon Aug26

Review: Bon 4 Bon

Chang Dance Theatre Dance Base – until August 26th (4 / 5) Choreographed by Eyal Dadon, Bon 4 Bon explores the dancers’ sibling-hood; growing up in the same household, working together to avoid punishment from their parents, and their strong connection to the mango fruit. The four...

Review: WRoNGHEADED Aug17

Review: WRoNGHEADED

Liz Roche Company Dance Base – until August 19th (4 / 5) WRoNGHEADED merges film, voice and movement to confront the realities of women’s rights and freedom of choice in Ireland. Choreographed by Liz Roche and performed by Justine Cooper and Sarah Cerneaux, this dance piece is...

Review: Un Poyo Rojo Aug11

Review: Un Poyo Rojo

Poyo Rojo Dance Base, Aug 11 – 27 (4 / 5) Poyo Rojo’s Un Poyo Rojo is a movement piece set in a locker room. Two men (Luciana Rosso, Alfonso Baron) attempt to upstage the other in an unspoken battle of machismo. Performed mostly in silence, the choreography is gorgeous, funny, sizzling...

Review: Leviathan Aug07

Review: Leviathan

James Wilton Dance Dance Base, Edinburgh, 5 – 13 August 2017 (4 / 5) The athletic style of James Wilton’s choreography is absolutely stunning and mesmerises the audience in LEVIATHAN, a loose adaptation of Herman Melville’s Moby Dick. Through seven chapters, the story examines...

Interview: Resident ...

Lost in Grey, a dance piece conceived by Taiwan’s Resident Island Dance Theatre exploring mental disability and the complexities of human psychology in today’s society. The Outlier Scotland interviewed choreographer Chang Chung-An on his work and experience at the Fringe.   What is your...