Giannandrea Poesio

Dance games from Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker at Sadler’s Wells

Plus: some dazzlingly good entertainment from the Dutch National Ballet’s Junior Company at the Linbury Studio

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Forget the pedantic classifications of genres, styles and schools. When it comes to dance performances, it all boils down to two kinds: those that make one think and those that entertain. Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker is a veteran of the first category. Since 1983, the year she founded her company Rosas, she has used the choreographic idiom to explore and question other areas of culture and performance-making.

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