A stunning double bill delights Highlands audience!
A cool contemporary performance that loses itself in trying to make a statement.
An outstanding trio of performances that redefine ballet.
Charles Atlas’s attempt to enter the fourth dimension falls short of expectations.
A promising debut performance where the realities of domestic violence are told through the mundanity of everyday objects.
A work in progress that looks at poverty through the means of physical theatre.
The Manipulate festival kicks off with a jittery and very quirky dance piece.
Enchanting, concise and fun!
Immersive fairy world with impressive production values, if only there were more of that and less of the upselling.
Creative but complicated contemporary piece.
Fab-u-lous! Brilliant comic timing and faultless technique from drag ballet troupe
A bewildering display of artifice focusing on the thin line between laughter and grief.
As innovative and mesmerising as it was first time around.
Artistry and storytelling woven with faultless ease.
A lack of structure and plot let down this powerful set of female circus performers.
Richard Alston celebrates 50 years of choreography with a three part evolution of his work.
World class entertainment deserving of anyone’s bucket list
Ming Hon cuts to the chase with this multimedia collection of shorts.
A warmhearted mix of circus skills and pantomime in this swashbuckling adventure for children.
Leslie Mannés becomes a veritable scarlet Amazon