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come, been and gone

Opens: 03/06/2010 Closes: 12/06/2010 Barbican, London
Having wowed the Venice Biennale, Michael Clark Company's come, been and gone makes its mark in the UK. Clark presents classical choreography in a contemporary light - work that is strong and eclectic. Oh, and let's not forget, his vision unfolds to the songs of David Bowie, Iggy Pop and Brian Eno, to name a few. Tempted? For more information visit: http://www.barbican.org.uk/theatre/event-detail.asp?ID=10535 Buy: https://www.barbican.org.uk/eticketing/performancelist.asp?shoid=18119
Evening Standard“Leaves you thinking Clark is more interested in pageant than enquiry...” He turns coy at the last minute, as if he doesn’t quite have the courage to fully reveal the fetish he’s referring to and how it excites and releases — I mean this choreographically, of course, not literally...
Financial Times“Clark's maverick talent is blissfully intact...” come, been and gone blazes on to the Barbican stage in a four-part evening of uncommon quality that rarely, if ever, sags and continually surprises and delights...
70 %
The Independent“Only in the last few minutes does Clark pull out the stops...” Another low point is the sight of big Kate Coyne in a hideous bodysuit stuck all over with syringes, a latterday Saint Sebastian, alternating between resolute arcs of movement and crumpled falls to Lou Reed singing "Heroin"...
The Stage“Not yet reviewed”
The Telegraph“Not yet reviewed”
Guardian“Not yet reviewed”
Whatsonstage.com“Not yet reviewed”
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