Michael Clark

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Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer review – a dank detour
The air of a memorial hangs over this exhibition dedicated to the groundbreaking Scottish choreographer

Bidisha

11, Oct, 2020 @4:31 AM

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Michael Clark review – from the syringe solo to the bum-revealing jeté
The Scottish dance iconoclast married extraordinary technique with boundless imagination – and his work is as provocative as ever

Claire Armitstead

06, Oct, 2020 @9:00 AM

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'He came out of the womb dancing!' Stars relive their wild times with Michael Clark
Baryshnikov couldn’t keep up, Sam Taylor-Johnson had a panic attack and Sarah Lucas built him the rudest stage set ever … as a new show celebrates the dance legend, stars pin down his punk genius

Interviews by Lyndsey Winship

30, Sep, 2020 @5:00 AM

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Night of 100 Solos review – a fresh and radical Merce Cunningham experience
Six decades of solos form an unsentimental and surprising celebration of the legendary choreographer’s highly technical dance experiments

Lyndsey Winship

17, Apr, 2019 @11:29 AM

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Constant craving: Julie Cunningham puts Sarah Kane's dark poetry in motion
The choreographer on staging Crave with an all-female cast and the struggle of performing with Merce Cunningham’s company

Judith Mackrell

24, Apr, 2018 @8:39 AM

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Julie Cunningham & Company review – words get in the way
Julie Cunningham’s first works as head of her own company have passion and subtlety, but struggle to compete with a forceful spoken accompaniment

Luke Jennings

12, Mar, 2017 @7:59 AM

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Luke Jennings: best dance of 2016
Times were tough but inventive, with fine work from old hands and female dance-makers forcing change

Luke Jennings

04, Dec, 2016 @7:00 AM

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Michael Clark Company review – dance rebel bids farewell to Bowie
The punk perfectionist’s homage to Satie, Patti Smith and Bowie packs in a range of moods from enigmatic mournfulness to stomping, dadaist revolution

Judith Mackrell

10, Oct, 2016 @11:24 AM

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The Classical Farewell; Michael Clark Company review – dance’s elder statesmen bow out
Carlos Acosta bids a glorious goodbye, while Michael Clark keeps ploughing his weird and wonderful furrow

Luke Jennings

09, Oct, 2016 @7:00 AM

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Michael Clark: ‘I still make the dance work on my own body first’
Transgressive dance star Michael Clark has always danced to his own tune. Now 54, here he talks about the effects of ageing, his mum and the inspiration of Bowie

Sean O'Hagan

02, Oct, 2016 @9:00 AM

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Rambert at 90: the ballet company that made British dance a homegrown hit
The mould-breaking dance company is celebrating its ninth decade. We trace the nimble steps that took it from a raggle-taggle bunch of students to global name

Judith Mackrell

06, Jun, 2016 @6:00 AM

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Your move: what dance did you see this week?

Judith Mackrell: Last time you posted reflections on the Royal and a defence of Stuttgart Ballet – what's on your dance radar this week?

Judith Mackrell

06, Dec, 2013 @1:32 PM

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