‘I really do think that what Cassa Pancho the artistic director is doing is absolutely vital,’ he says. ‘Because what she constantly says is she’s waiting for the normalness of it all. It might be that we’re beginning to have ethnic diversity on stage, but until that’s mirrored in the audience I don’t think her job is done.’
packed with dash, daring and joie de vivre
I don’t know much about ballet, but I know what I like. And I like Ballet Black.
showcasing grace and ingenuity to eager spectators
Cira Robinson and Mthuthuzeli November enact courtship to music by Steve Reich in Pita’s ambitious new work Cristaux
Mixed triple bill from a lively, likeable company, with Christopher Hampson’s Storyville making a strong return
It’s impossible not to like Ballet Black, a small company with big ideas
precise, perfectly executed and full of star quality
a company that provides positive role models to young, aspiring black and Asian dancers.