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Dance

I felt the earth move just as before: Akram Khan’s Kaash reviewed

Plus: Anna Teresa De Keersmaeker’s adaptation of As You Like It at Sadler’s Wells shows this grande dame of contemporary dance has also stayed the course

19 March 2016

9:00 AM

19 March 2016

9:00 AM

Akram Khan Company — Kaash

Sadler’s Wells

Rosas — Golden Hours (As You Like It)

Sadler’s Wells

You revisit an old love with wariness. Time’s passed for both of you — sharp edges have been smoothed, and reputations built. But seeing Kaash again last week, Akram Khan’s tremendous debut ensemble work, made when he was 26, revived at Sadler’s Wells now that he is 41 and a world name, I felt the earth move just as before.

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