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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