Cloud Gate Dance Theatre (云门舞集), an internationally renown dance group from Taiwan, are visiting London and performing at Sadler’s Wells. The performance, Wild Cursive (狂草), named after and inspired from a free-style Chinese calligraphy, is choreographed by the group’s founder and artistic director, Lin Hwai-min (林怀民). This is the third time the Troupe visit London in recent years. The dance is divided into 12 sessions. During each sessions, dancers perform in front of scrolls of white rice paper, while black ink drips onto the while paper slowly.

Some reviews:

Debra Craine on The Times

Judith Mackrell on The Guardian