4 star reviews for You and I Know

Candoco Dance Company, You and I Know by Arlene Phillips, Photography by Camilla Greenwell 2016
…this is a little marvel of compression: strong, supple and sexy Read the full review by Neil Norman at The Stage here. And, in another review from our performance at Southbank Centre as part of Unlimited Festival, Christopher Curtis from …

Audience Acclaim for The Show Must Go On

“The chemistry of the cast and the unerring wit and humanity of the direction are irresistible” ***** The Guardian On Friday 20 and Saturday 21 March we premiered our restaging of Jérôme Bel’s infamous ‘The Show Must Go On’ at Sadler’s Wells, London. …

Former Candoco Youth Dancer takes uni by Storme

Yesterday’s Guardian ran a fabulous article about Storme Toolis, a young disabled woman, and her experience with university drama departments. A former Candoco Youth Dancer, Storme is currently studying drama and English literature at University of Kent and has appeared in The …

Press Release: Candoco and Trinity Laban Announce Partnership

Candoco Dance Company and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance have joined forces to achieve greater access for disabled people into the dance profession and to advocate for the importance of inclusive practice in enhancing creative endeavour, it was …

Press Release: Candoco’s Autumn in London 2012

For Immediate Release: 30 July 2012 Candoco takes the capital by storm with performances at 3 London venues; special appearances at Wellcome Collection and workshops at the National Theatre and Southbank Centre Candoco Dance Company is staying close to home …

Feature: Global Times, China

Able and willing Lyceum Theatre, Shanghai by Hu Bei ‘Under the invitation of “UK Now,” an ongoing arts event about British culture, Candoco have brought two performance pieces to China. After their performance in Shanghai on April 17 at the Lyceum …

Feature: Time Out Beijing

Dancers without borders Dancers, choreographers and dance companies have long searched for perfect bodies – long, lean and the envy of any audience. But Britain’s Candoco finds all bodies beautiful, and believes physical diversity only enhances a stage. By combining …

Feature: that’s Shanghai

Choreography for Crutches Disability might seem like the ultimate disadvantage for a dancer. Candoco begs to differ. They see disability not as an encumbrance, but as an opportunity to explore a person’s innate physicality. Tom Lee


Review: Wayne McGregor|Random Dance/Candoco Dance Company/Hofesh Shechter Company at Sadler’s Wells The flow of the movement and Brown’s simple yet effective use of space and repetition was expertly recreated and, in parts, re-choreographed and directed by Trisha Brown Company’s Abigail …