Ismene Brown

I’m having trouble finding an anti-woman conspiracy in dance

I’m bemused by the outburst of claims that female choreographers are under-represented, held back, or discouraged by ‘institutionalised sexism’ from unveiling their contributions to the richness of British dance.

Only a fortnight ago I was thinking about what to write for my first 2016 piece, and this was the very question on my lips.

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