Luke Jennings: the best dance of 2015

Enthralling dance came in tiny packages, as productions triumphed on a shoestring, a cliff-face, a grain of sand…

• Observer critics’ reviews of the year in full

2015 was a year in which small repeatedly proved itself to be beautiful. Everywhere, micro-scale productions enthralled audiences. Pieces such as Theo Clinkard’s Chalk, which reimagined the stage as a vertiginous Sussex cliff-face, or Ben Duke’s Paradise Lost, which gave us the creation and fall of man as a solo performance piece. On the Edinburgh festival fringe, choreographers such as Jo Fong found myriad ways of showing us the world in a grain of sand.

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Source: Guardian Dance News

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