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Kenneth MacMillan was a choreographer who truly knew how to express emotion. This was particularly evident in his pas de deux, and in his...

There’s cider, popcorn and an air of frantic excitement at Beverly’s party. Six friendly host Bevs in silvery-grey dresses and wigs assign name tags,...

English National Ballet’s The Sleeping Beauty is worth waking up for. Kenneth MacMillan’s production for American Ballet Theatre had a fraught journey to the...

Last year, hip-hop company Boy Blue Entertainment presented the searing triptych Blak Whyte Gray in London and Edinburgh, a performance that brought the conceptual...

Akram Khan claims that this will be his final solo work. At 43, the artist/performer – dancer/choreographer seems too limiting – confesses that he...

Milton’s line: “No light, but rather darkness visible” is as good a description of Kim Brandstrup’s new work as any. The first full-length work created...

I do like a little dry ice with my Swan Lake. Of the many alterations Liam Scarlett has made to this remodelling of the...

An alumnus of Merce Cunningham and Michael Clark’s companies, Julie Cunningham launched her choreographic career in 2017 with To Be Me, a study of...

Formosa, the title of Cloud Gate Dance Theatre’s latest work to premiere in the UK, comes from the name Portuguese sailors first gave to...

Terra Firma, the current tour from National Dance Company Wales, features three bold and individually distinctive works, proving that this is one company worth...

The clowns in Hofesh Shechter’s SHOW aren’t just creepy, they’re homicidal. By turns gambolling fools, sage advisors and blank-faced killers, this octet of jesters...

In the First World War, 60,000 soldiers of undivided India died serving the British Army. Their sacrifice for the British Empire, at least outside...
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