Giannandrea Poesio

European postmodern dance can be just as boring as American postmodern dance

No amount of mime, dance, acrobatics or contortionism can hide the fact that Tabac Rouge at Sadler’s Wells Theatre has no central idea

An upmarket panto with top-quality jokes and strong tunes: Jordy, Simon and Louis [Getty Images/Shutterstock/iStock/Alamy]

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