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A new programme of works by American artists sets ballet to electronic music with joyful results
A company of 41 young dancers perform Sharon Eyal's club style work
The choreographer celebrates 50 years of creating dances with a programme spanning his career
The company, which celebrates dancers of black and Asian descent, perform a double bill with Cathy Marston's new ballet 'The Suit' and Arthur Pita's 'A Dream Within …
To celebrate the centenary year of composer Leonard Bernstein's birth, The Royal Ballet's leading choreographers Wayne McGregor and Christopher Wheeldon have created new works
A collection of contemporary dance works curated by choreographer Russell Maliphant includes the 1998 'Critical Mass', as well as a new dance for Maliphant and his longtime muse, D…
The programme of works by female choreographers, includes a superb work by star choreographer Crystal Pite
'Körper' shows the Berlin-based choreographer looks at her dancers' bodies and vulnerabilities in a mix of speech, dance and physical theatre
Romeo and Juliet have survived into adulthood and are having a mid-life crisis in Ben Duke's show, 'Juliet and Romeo: A Guide to Long Life and Happy Marriage'
This third revival of Christopher Wheeldon's 2014 ballet with music by Joby Talbot is stronger than ever
Pina Bausch's 'Viktor' is inspired by the city of Rome and is the first of her large-scale works responding to locations from Hong Kong to Brazil
Sadler's Wells' introduction to dance includes Birmingham Royal Ballet performing Alexander Whitley's new work 'Kin.', hip hop dance form of French b-boy crew Yeah Y…
Following the hit 'Horror', Ahlbom returns with his mix of surreal slapstick and acrobatics, this time inspired by Buster Keaton's 1920 silent film 'The Scarecrow'
Part of the London International Mime Festival, 'Mother' is a strange exploration of motherhood and loss, with a cast of singers, dancers and contortionists
Roland Petit's 'Le Jeune Homme et La Mort' stars Tamara Rojo's as Death who takes pleasure in tormenting Vasiliev's self-destructive artist
The UK's biggest dance festival for emerging talent includes 81 artists who will perform original works for The Place stage
English National Ballet presents a double bill featuring Kenneth MacMillan's 'Song of the Earth' and Frank Andersen's recreation of 'La Sylphide'
Birmingham Royal Ballet's new version of the classic ballet has a recorded narration by Simon Callow
The show of dance, circus and music for youngsters is loosely inspired by Hans Christian Andersen
Created in 1997, Matthew Bourne's Cinderella is set in the London Blitz of 1940
Arthur Pita's retelling of the bittersweet Hans Christian Andersen classic is a child-friendly dance production
Wayne Eagling's revival of the English National Ballet's production is always a treat at Christmas but Tchaikovsky's score is why it survives
One of the company's rising stars, Hayward, has a radiant flow of movement and gleaming footwork as Clara in the company's 455th performance of Peter Wright's production
The world famous ballet star Pulunin presents a mixed bill, including a new short ballet 'First Solo' starring himself
Osipova in the title role isn't always comfortable with the rich detail of Frederick Ashton's choreography, but she makes up for it with powerful technique and huge charisma
Set to Nina Simone songs, Ben Duke's first work for Rambert blends speech and dance in a work that admits it has no solutions for the current horrors of the world
The glamorous dancer performs three works, with a de luxe supporting cast
'Pavement' which is a powerful introduction to rising star Abraham's work and company is inspired by John Singleton's 1991 film 'Boyz n the Hood'
Twyla Tharp and Arthur Pita create new works for The Royal Ballet, alongside Hofesh Shechter's 2015 'Untouchable'
A triple bill, beginning with 'Arcadia', a new work by Birmingham Royal Ballet's first artist Ruth Brill
'The Royal Ballet keep trying with Kenneth MacMillan's 'The Judas Tree', but this is one that should have stayed buried'