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DANCE

A throttled wail reverberates through the darkness. The sound morphs into a rich, melodic chant and finally, as solo performer Dorothee Munyaneza emerges into...

There are two ways of programming mixed bills: either locate a common theme and encourage choreographers to riff around it or take three diverse...

Though technical standards are high, Birmingham Royal Ballet’s latest triple bill fails to set Sadler’s Wells ablaze. In Arcadia, the first main stage commission for...

Originally made for the National Ballet of Japan, David Bintley’s Aladdin is an efficacious antidote to the panto versions at this time of year....

Yorke Dance Project perform Kenneth MacMillan’s only barefoot ballet with a remarkable sense of enigmatic drama and technical assurance. A chamber piece for six, Sea...

The third and final programme celebrating the legacy of Kenneth MacMillan sees Northern Ballet performing his First World War masterpiece Gloria at the Royal...

Kenneth MacMillan’s final work The Judas Tree is an emotionally eviscerating ordeal of a one-act ballet. Performed by the Royal Ballet as part of an...

Kenneth MacMillan was a master storyteller. Even a plotless one-act ballet like Concerto shows how skilled a choreographer the former Royal Ballet director was. Performed...

Take three female choreographers and set them the challenge of interpreting the same piece of music in their own fashion. Beethoven’s Grosse Fuge, Op...

Dance Umbrella, London’s annual festival of dance, sees performances taking place across the city in theatres, small arts venues and outdoor spaces. In the latter...

Four choreographers and 14 days for each to create a work. The concept behind BalletBoyz latest programme is straightforward enough – the results are...

Christopher Hampson’s tenure as artistic director of Scottish Ballet has seen a widening repertoire and an increasing emphasis on the precision of the corps...
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