The Argus, 12 March 2009
Anarchic dancer and artist Liz Aggiss’ brand of performance has never been easy to shoehorn into any specific category, and her latest show continues to evade easy definition.
1 February 2009
Interview with Charlotte Vincent
Article 19, 13 May 2008
This time out with their new work 'Shift' the company bring us one of the most complicated set designs we have ever seen. The on-stage rigging has more ropes and pulleys than the Cutty Sark, at least until it caught fire that is (the boat not the G&L set!)
LondonDance.com, 1 April 2008
At the height of her contemporary dance career Lindsey Butcher ran off to join the circus. She trained in aerial, acrobatic and juggling skills with Ra-Ra Zoo Circus Theatre - but never quite left her dance background behind. She formed her own company Gravity and Levity in 2003 and is now touring with a new show Shift which includes pieces from contemporary dance choreographers Charlotte Vincent and Charles Linehan, alongside a new work by the co-creators of Stomp - Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas.
Creative & Cultural Skills website, 21 December 2007
Since 1994, Vincent Dance Theatre (VDT) has developed a reputation for making and touring heartfelt, engaging and accessible devised dance theatre productions across the UK and beyond. VDT is an Arts Council Regularly Funded Organisation, raising the rest of our income from touring, education work, grants and G4A Lottery Funding.
The Open Page, 12 June 2007
Broken Chords was conceived in late 2004, when I knew my marriage was in deep trouble, and made in late summer 2005 after a long, painful and very public separation.
Article 19, 28 November 2005
Charlotte Vincent returns to Article19 with an interview covering her new work "Broken Chords"
Dance Theatre Journal, 1 March 2005
Article 19, 7 February 2005
There are lots of dance theatre company's around, more and more it seems every day, so we bring you Vincent Dance Theatre and their latest production 'Punchdrunk'. It may well be 'theatre' but is it art dear reader? Watch and find out for yourself.
British Council Magazine , 7 September 2002
I am writing this from my room in Chuwei, Taipei County, as the fury of typhoon Sinlaku, the breadfruit goddess of Micronesia, heads straight for us.