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    1. November 27, 2013

      Michael Clark: All Three at Once, Barbican, London – review

      Michael Clark and his dancers are returned to the Barbican with the two-part work he staged there last year, now embellished...

    2. November 15, 2013

      A perfect pas de deux between ballet and fashion

      It is one of the odd realities of the fashion world that garments made to move are most often shown flat: pictured in...

    1. November 15, 2013

      Michael Clark: ‘Extreme is good for me’

      It is almost 30 years since Ellen van Schuylenburch danced a duet with Michael Clark in his 1984 work New Puritans, set to...

    2. October 21, 2012

      Michael Clark, Barbican, London

      Michael Clark is showing his latest choreographies at the Barbican. The programme is short – some 80 minutes with an...

    3. October 17, 2012

      Rambert Dance Company, Sadler’s Wells, London

      On the wise principle of getting the worst over first, Rambert Dance began its autumn season at Sadler’s Wells with an...

    4. April 4, 2012

      Michael Clark, Whitney Biennial, New York

      The young Michael Clark was that rare thing: a punk ballerino, sporting mohawk and tutu together. When he danced to The...

    5. July 8, 2011

      Off the wall

      In the 90s, it was all about unexpected spaces,” says Hans Ulrich Obrist, one of London’s most energetic and engaging art...

    6. June 9, 2011

      Michael Clark, Tate Modern, London

      Familiar pattern: Michael Clark’s troupe at Tate Modern Almost a decade ago, Merce Cunningham brought his company to Tate...

    7. June 18, 2010

      Backers resigned to no dividend payments

      Investors may not relish the prospect of no dividend pay-outs from BP for the rest of the year, but they were resigned to...

    8. June 18, 2010

      Investors resigned to a year without dividends

      Investors may not relish the prospect of no dividend pay-outs from BP for the rest of the year, but they were resigned to...

    9. June 17, 2010

      Investors resigned to a year without dividends

      UK investors may not relish the prospect of no dividend pay-outs from BP for the rest of the year, but they were resigned to...

    10. June 7, 2010

      Come, been and gone

      Choreographer Michael Clark, now closer to the pension than the pram, remains nevertheless the enfant terrible of British...

    11. June 6, 2010

      come, been and gone, Barbican, London

      Michael Clark Company’s ‘come, been and gone’ Choreographer Michael Clark, now closer to the pension than the pram, remains...

    12. August 9, 2009

      Arts around the world

      Edinburgh International Festival The 63rd Edinburgh International Festival has themes of Scottish homecoming woven into its...

    13. July 31, 2009

      Edinburgh Festival 2009

      Staatsoper Stuttgart’s ‘Actus Tragicus’, to the music of Bach, is part of the EIF The Edinburgh festival is in fact a...

    14. July 31, 2009

      Guide: Edinburgh Festival 2009

      The Edinburgh festival is in fact a cluster of festivals, all taking place simultaneously in August - chiefly the...

    15. March 26, 2009

      Witching hour at Edinburgh

      The hounding of Sir Fred Goodwin may be transfixing Scotland, but the Edinburgh International Festival yesterday promised a...

    16. March 26, 2009

      Witching hour at Edinburgh

      The hounding of Sir Fred Goodwin may be transfixing Scotland, but the Edinburgh International Festival on Wednesday promised...

    17. March 18, 2009

      The Firebrand of Florence

      Alice Tully Hall is the talk of this talky town. Having served since 1969 as a comfortably dowdy haven for chamber music at...

    18. March 17, 2009

      The Firebrand of Florence, Alice Tully Hall, New York

      The Firebrand of FlorenceAlice Tully Hall, New York Alice Tully Hall is the talk of this talky town. Having served since...

    19. October 5, 2008

      Richard Alston, Sadler’s Wells, London

      Forty years ago Richard Alston made his first choreography – marked, I recall, by a clarity that still informs his work. He...

    20. September 10, 2008

      Problem at LSE 'cost £700,000 a firm'

      The seven-hour breakdown of the London Stock Exchange's trading platform on Monday deprived London's stockbrokers of...

    21. September 10, 2008

      Few traders expect LSE payback

      The seven-hour breakdown of the London Stock Exchange's trading platform on Monday deprived London's stockbrokers of...

    22. September 9, 2008

      LSE traders wave goodbye to lost fees

      The seven-hour breakdown of the London Stock Exchange’s trading platform on Monday deprived London’s stockbrokers of...

    23. April 2, 2008

      Bernstein/White House Cantata

      The year was 1976. Memories of Nixon and Watergate fouled the air. Leonard Bernstein, idealistic to a fault, seized the...

    24. April 1, 2008

      Bernstein/White House Cantata, Rose Theater, New York

      The year was 1976. Memories of Nixon and Watergate fouled the air. Leonard Bernstein, idealistic to a fault, seized the...

    25. FT Alphaville

      February 4, 2008

      Qatar Islamic unit wins UK bank licence

      European Finance House, a unit of Qatar Islamic Bank, has been awarded a UK banking licence that will help it capitalise on...

    26. February 3, 2008

      Qatar Islamic unit wins UK banking licence

      European Finance House, a unit of Qatar Islamic Bank, has been awarded a UK banking licence that will help it capitalise on...

    27. November 10, 2007

      DANCE - Clement Crisp

      Michael Clark Barbican Theatre, London EC2 Michael Clark's Stravinsky programme ends tonight at the Barbican. This year he...

    28. November 6, 2007

      Stravinsky Project

      During the past three years, Michael Clark has produced his versions of three dance-scores by Stravinsky. His account of...

    29. November 5, 2007

      Stravinsky Project, Barbican, London

      During the past three years, Michael Clark has produced his versions of three dance-scores by Stravinsky. His account of...

    30. October 27, 2007

      DANCE CLEMENT CRISP

      Michael Clark Barbican Theatre, London EC2 Here is the culmination of the Stravinsky project , which has concerned Michael...

    31. October 11, 2007

      Fidelity succession takes fresh twist

      Bob Reynolds, the former chief operating officer at Fidelity, told the Financial Times in an interview last year: "If you...

    32. September 29, 2007

      DANCE CLEMENT CRISP

      Strictly Dancing Birmingham Hippodrome; Sadler's Wells, London EC1 At the Birmingham Hippodrome Brum's branch of the Royal...

    33. January 20, 2007

      Dance

      Bournonville Ballets - LAST CHANCE At Covent Garden today (12.30pm matinee) the Royal Ballet presents its beautiful...

    34. November 6, 2006

      London’s risk-taking lord of the dance

      In an increasingly competitive arts environment, full-on success stories are relatively rare. At Sadler’s Wells, however,...

    35. October 28, 2006

      Dance

      The Sleeping Beauty - NEW The Royal Ballet brings its staging of The Sleeping Beauty back to Covent Garden this week. The...

    36. January 28, 2006

      Dance

      Giselle The Royal Ballet (or, more likely, the Royal Opera House) has been persuaded that January is "Inertia Month" and...

    37. November 18, 2005

      Rambert Dance - Sadler's Wells, London

      Not a happy evening. A magnificent score (Britten's Tenor/Horn Serenade) denied and abused by dance that was little more...

    38. November 12, 2005

      Dance

      Rambert Dance - NEW The lively and much-more-buoyant-than-heretofore Rambert Dance Company returns to Sadler's Wells with a...

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