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performance times:

20,21,24,25,26th April

(30th April-1st May at the Tate Modern)

price: £15 -£20 depending on the performance


Sadler's Wells Theatre

Rosebery Avenue,

London, EC1R 4TN

tel: +44 (0)844 412 4300

link:   www.sadlerswells.com


opening times:

Tuesday–Sunday, 11am–6pm

Thursday, 11am–9pm

Friday music 7pm–11pm

price: free


77-82 Whitechapel High Street

London E1 7QX

tel: +44 (0)20 7522 7888

link:   www.whitechapelgallery.org



I haven’t been in London for a while now, but will redress the situation this month. So in anticipation, I’ve been putting together a list of all things I want to see. Of course I won’t. But just thinking about it brings up expectations , excitation and loads of new ideas. So here is the pick of the month: dance.  I am no connaisseur and probably go and see one piece a year, but Sadler’s Wells is an all-time favorite for modern pieces and I trust their selection entirely.

And this time, William Forsythe will be taking front stage, so if I missed the Opera Garnier 3 years ago (60 € ticket !!! ) I will make sure I don’t miss those representations at Sadler’s Wells ( £20 ticket , that’s another reason for going to Sadler’s Wells). As part of this focus on Forsythe, there’s even a show taking place in the turbine hall of the Tate Modern 30 April-01 May titled “Nowhere and everywhere at the same time”.

Next on the list is the Whitechapel Gallery, which, little did I know, was closed for refurbishment for 2 year and has just reopened ! I used to live in the area and liked that it was this small gallery nearby showing very interesting artists. Whitechapel Gallery however has acquired national - if not international - status. So even though I do not like dwelling on all things cruel, I will go and see the Guernica Tapestry, which was displaced to the East End for the opening. You can find out more about the gallery here, with special articles for the Guardian.The only thing I will always miss in Whitechapel is the Janet Cardiff’s Missing Voice you could pick up on a cd player at the nearby library and walk with across the neighbourhood. Bring her back !!!!