‘Different physical disciplines are allusively coded in Becs Andrews’ form-flattering costumes: metallic hues of silver and gold, white, grey and black; and later magenta, purple, and lime green. She avoids literalism in dressing the dancers but conveys the provenance of . . .
“Bintley works in collaboration with Australian composer Mathew Hudson (his second commission with Bintley) and with designers Peter Mumford and Becs Andrews to create an overall ambiance. With the help of Andrews’ costume designs, which colourfully suggest the different sports . . .
“Artistic director Sharon Watson describes Repetition of Change as ‘one of the company’s most ambitious works to date’. Her choreography uses the entire company in a response to a commissioned piece of music. The visual elements of this piece were very striking . . .
“Its an auspicious debut. Clad in the stylishly understated, pyjama-like costumes of Becs Andrews, Boonham’s contrasting double bill demonstrates how capably she applies an contemporary kinetic intelligence to her background in bharatanayam” Donald Hutera Read review in full
“The staging is lovingly detailed, recreating Sarah’s 80s Chicago apartment with minute attention to each poster and cushion, a rare thing on stage, and wonderful for transporting the audience.” Sarah Perry Read review in full
“A school matinee certainly puts panto to the test. And this show passes with flying colours, enchanting the audience with setting, effects and costume, all as splendid as the cast” Carol Baldock Read review in full
“The set and costume designs from Becs Andrews are outstanding, the single set changing all the time by the use of windows, gauze and lighting’ Philip Key Read review in full