Review: The Observer

The Stepfather & And Who Shall Go To The Ball? performed at the Queen Elizabeth Hall 30 September 2007 By Luke Jennings Candoco is the company for which choreographers reserve their wildest and often most inventive work. Made up of …
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Review: Ballet Magazine

The Stepfather & And Who Shall Go To The Ball? performed at the Queen Elizabeth Hall 25 September 2007 By Charlotte Kasner Anybody who thinks that Candoco’s mix of disabled and able bodied dancers is a mere worthy project should …
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Review: Music OMH

The Stepfather & Who Shall Go To The Ball? performed at the Queen Elizabeth Hall 25 February 2007 By Lisa Hunt Last time I saw Candoco, I was completely entranced. Seeing their double-bill, The Journey and In Praise of Folly, …
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Review: The Observer

The Journey & In Praise of Folly 14 May 2006 By Luke Jennings In 1973, Celeste Dandeker, aged 22, fell during a performance with London Contemporary Dance Theatre and broke her neck. Confined to a wheelchair, it took her years …
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Review: Ballet Magazine

The Journey & In Praise of Folly performed at the Queen Elizabeth Hall 6 May 2006 By Charlotte Kasner It seems astonishing that Candoco have only been in existence for fifteen years as they are now so much part of …
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Review: Ballet Magazine

Microphobia & The Human Suite performed at the Queen Elizabeth Hall 3 March 2004 By Sim Having never seen this company before, I approached it with a very open mind and with a great deal of curiosity. I regularly attend …
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Review: The Observer

Phasing, Sour Milk & Shadow performed at the Queen Elizabeth Hall 9 March 2003 By Jann Parry Candoco’s new programme is its best yet, culminating in Fin Walker’s Shadow for six performers who use wheelchairs. Walker’s rigorous pattern-making assembles wheel-chairs …
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