Review in the Times.
A NEW season, a new show, and nearly a new company. Before the transfer window closed, Scottish Dance Theatre had to replace four out of its eight dancers. It is a compliment to Janet Smith’s transformation of the company that its members are so in demand. But it leaves her with no one who has been at SDT for longer than two years, which must present an artistic director with some serious challenges. MORE
And in The Guardian.
Gemma, Holly, Baptiste and Kevin. The four new dancers of Scottish Dance Theatre introduce themselves. Then the whole group come at the audience, grinning with youthful confidence. We lap them up. MORE
They sail smoothly through Revenge of the Impossible Things, a B-movie title for the latest 30-minute offering by New Art Club duo, Tom Roden and Pete Shenton. Like their previous work This Is Modern (a delightfully ticklish half-hour history of contemporary dance), Revenge is a scripted dance in which words romp around playful, quirky choreography, much to the audience's delight.
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