Siobhan Davies was given four weeks to create an opening piece for the Royal Ballet’s reentry to Covent Garden. “While the Royal Ballet is badly in need of new ideas and fresh choreography, Davies was a strange choice. Barefoot, weighted and understated, her choreography is a wriggly, dense, slippery kind of calligraphy in which the entire body seems to slither in a constant motion that you can never quite freeze in your head.” – London Telegraph

Source: London Telegraph