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Flash Mob: Where Dance Worlds Collide – The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Paul Downham First seen at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2012, Flash Mob fuses together many genres of dance into an evening of sensational choreography and entertainment. Alleviate, runners up on Sky 1’s Got to Dance series 2 and Brosena from the 2012 series, are joined by Strictly Come Dancing’s Kevin Clifton and Karen Hauer, as well as Olivier ...

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The Rodin Project – The Lowry, Salford

Choreographer: Russell Maliphant Music: Alexander Zekke Reviewer: Laura Maley [Rating:4] An Auguste Rodin-inspired dance show from award-winning choreographer Russell Maliphant and Sadler’s Wells offers glimpses of sculptural beauty, and some astonishing skill at The Lowry, but perhaps too much reliance on statue stillness. The first act of The Rodin Project has obvious allusions to classical art: four columns of white ...

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Blaze – Lowry Theatre, Salford

Director &Choreographer: Anthony van Laast Choreographers: Tommy Franzen, Kenny Wormald, Lyle Beniga, Mike Song Reviewer: Peter Jacobs [rating:4] Fuelled by the success of shows like the BBC’s So You Think You Can Dance? and America’s Best Dance Crew, the large team behind Blaze have set out to take street dance to the next theatrical level. Dutch production team pANdADDY and ...

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