BalletBoyz' show The Talent 2013 celebrates classical masculinity through two remarkable pieces by Liam Scarlett and Russel Maliphant. They have come a long way in their twelve-year history, with a keen sense of what the audience likes to see.
Trying to narrow down the vast number of theatres in London to a notable list of ten is a daunting task, but there will always be a few standouts for me. I have not listed them in order of preference or grandeur, but instead attempted to select a diverse collection of venues/spaces that each have winning attributes.
Matthew Bourne’s Play Without Words is exactly that, a narrative conveyed through movement rather than speech. Bourne was inspired by Joseph Losey’s film The Servant, starring Dirk Bogarde. Harold Pinter wrote the screenplay and the brooding ambiguity of the film triggered the idea of this intimate dance theatre piece. At Sadler’s Wells.
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