What to Watch

What to Watch | 20 July 2020

Here’s this week’s list of awesome dance to watch online.

Catch It While You Can

1. ZooNation: The Kate Prince Company - Mad Hatter's Tea Party

This collaboration between ZooNation, Royal Opera House and Roundhouse will be streamed for free on Facebook and YouTube on 31 July from 7pm. Make sure to follow ZooNation’s Facebook page for details. In the mean time, here’s a clip from the show:


Dance On Screen

2. English National Ballet - Cinderella Games

Inspired by Christopher Wheeldon’s production of Cinderella, this is a stunning little film by ENB collaborators Jessica Wright and Morgann Runacre-Temple – known collectively as Jess and Morgs. Shot in the spectacular locations of the Royal Albert Hall and Kempton Steam Museum, Cinderella Games is full of intricate choreography, quirky theatrical performances and dark humour. A must watch!


Perfect for Families

3. Northern Ballet - Little Red Riding Hood

Big eyes, big ears, a big nose and a big tail – look out for Wolf! Join Maddie, Nigel and the Woodland Keepers with Northern Ballet for the colourful tale of Little Red Riding Hood. Available now on BBC iPlayer, here’s a trailer:


Under 5 Minutes

4. Alessandra Seutin - INA (LIGHT)

In director Aneil Karia and choreographer Alesandra Seutin’s raw and charged film INA (LIGHT) two dancers struggle through the fear-drenched darkness of oppression and the feverish chaos associated with it. Only having battled with this do they get their first glimpse of the light – and the freedom and serenity that comes with it. This collaboration from Sadler’s Wells and Channel 4’s Random Acts first premiered in January 2019 and feels just as relevant and poignant today.


Created in Quarantine

5. Up My Street ONLINE! Sarah Blanc presents This Time Will Pass

This is the final in the Up My Street ONLINE! series and what a film to end on! Sarah Blanc not only premiere’s her new film This Time Will Pass but also interviews herself! What a superstar. You can watch her film below and catch up on the whole series on our Digital Stage.


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