Laura writes about dance and theatre. Brought up in Oxford, she moved to London at 18 and hasnâ€™t left since. She lives inÂ Nine ElmsÂ but spends most of her time in Covent Garden and the West End watching performances. She has a Masterâ€™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
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
Tap-tastic stage version of 1935 film.
Sondheim musical has a hard-to-follow narrative.
A rip-roaring show for newcomers to the genre.
Tamara Rojo and Carlos Acosta shine at the Royal Albert Hall