The reviews are in for “Salt” and “Concerto”.

“Against a barebones stage and dressed in nothing more than a pair of snug-fitting chinos, a scruffy-faced Beamish¬†peacocked and vogued before the audience in his exquisite solo “Concerto”, capturing the restless angst of a gentleman-in-waiting. Choreographed to a Bach score, his pointed technique and wistful gesturing seamlessly fused classic and contemporary movement together in an eerily timeless manner that could have easily transferred from an 18th century royal court to a Chelsea nightclub. By stark contrast, his dark and weighted piece “Salt” tackled the grave subject of climate change, with seven emotionally charged dancers shape-shifting and recoiling against a dystopian milieu, desperation and rue hanging off their distorted limbs. The decision to cast¬†Malcolm McCarthy, a community dancer with an acting pedigree, paid off to great effect, with McCarthy rising to the occasion as the soulful centerpiece tasked with drawing out the emotional complexity of an imbalanced environmental state.”
– Ninette Paloma, The Independent