16 May 2019View Blog
I am currently undertaking the Gold Arts Awards with my main emphasis on Dance. I would very much like to know your thoughts
regarding the involvement of disabled people within the Performing Arts. Below are a few questions to help you express your opinions. If you would take the time to answer then I would be most happy.
26 April 2019View Review
Following on from a week’s Intensive Theatre Workshop at the Sandpit Theatre, St. Albans. A group of enthusiastic young people ages 7-14 years treated us to the musical, Disney Aladdin JR.
The performance started in an imaginative market stall set in the world of Aladdin. The set was built in two halves using the higher levels to good effect, with onlookers observing the market activity below.
7 March 2019View Review
I went to the Weston Auditorium, University of Hertfordshire on Monday 4th of March 2019. This is a production showcasing the Stanborough School of Dance and their talented young people.
The evening was an entertaining walk along the yellow brick road interpreted by dance and music. The scenery was colourful with large bold backdrops. The clever use of the technical lighting all added into the experience bringing the story of 0z to life.
1 March 2019View Review
I went to the Weston Auditorium University of Hertfordshire, on Saturday 3rd of May 2014, where I saw the performance called “Dance Springs”. This was a collection of short dance pieces. I will only review two of the pieces. The performances were all created and danced by emerging artists. The intention was to try and bring together Dance, Choreographers and the Digital Media.
The first dance is called “Bridging the Void” by Choreographer and Film Artist Rachel Johnson.