Laura writes about dance and theatre. Brought up in Oxford, she moved to London at 18 and hasn’t left since. She lives in Nine Elms but spends most of her time in Covent Garden and the West End watching performances. She has a Master’s degree in Ballet Studies from Roehampton University and extensive experience as a dance teacher of both children and adults. Her writing can also be found in a number of magazines and websites including Dancing Times, Londondance.com and Dance International. Laura has two beautiful cats and a fondness for dulce de leche ice cream.
Latest posts by Laura Dodge
Captivating and confusing.
Choreography lost amongst chaotic concepts.
English National Ballet excels in three contemporary works.
Three choreographers with 21st century approaches to dance-making.
Cups, saucers and body popping.
Triple bill showcases skill but lacks innovation.
Magical sets and music, but production lacks clarity