HeadSpaceDance’s latest run at the Linbury Theatre, Royal Opera House has been praised widely in the press:

“Dancers are sometimes seen as bodies for hire while the choreographer or director behind them is the brains. But HeadSpaceDance is an excellent example of what happens when intelligent dancers take matters into their own hands” The Evening StandardREAD FULL REVIEW

“HeadSpace Dance is making progress in leaps and bounds” The stageREAD FULL REVIEW

“defying the odds with a philosophy and style of performance unlike any I’ve seen” The Guardian – READ FULL REVIEW

“thoughtful and thought-provoking contemporary movement on stage made by some of the best dramatic dancers you will see. The approach is all very grown-up and I hope they do more” Dance Tabs – READ FULL REVIEW

“Their many accomplishments and versatility are obvious and when combining with movement, they are simply sublime together”  London Dance – READ FULL REVIEW

“energetic, touching, funny and emotional. The four strong performers proved … that a small ensemble is in no way a hindrance to a diverse and interesting programme of works, or to an excellent performance”

“quite simply amazing ” Camden New Journal – READ FULL REVIEW

“The journey is not an easy one. I think that’s what the title is aiming to convey. It’s not all play, one has to mine the emotions. All the performers are excellent, each in their own way” British Theatre Guide

“the drama and the fun of what turns out to be a well-shaped trio of UK premieres” The Times