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The work of choreographers Kenneth MacMillan and Robert Cohan is familiar territory for Yorke Dance Project, so it's fitting that works by both feature...

Following a UK tour and a brief stint at the Palladium last year Rip It Up - The 60s gets a limited transfer to...

Father (Vader), which premiered in Europe in 2014, is the first instalment of Peeping Tom’s surreal family-based trilogy. It’s every bit as astonishing as...

The contrasts could hardly be more pronounced. Youthful vigour versus dulcet experience; aesthetic abstraction versus trad narrative; cool objectivity versus tear-jerking melodrama. Yet Liam Scarlett’s...

Dangle the disco balls and crank up Copacabana because Strictly’s live tour is back on the road. With the full coterie of judges and...

What would happen if Miss Havisham and Queen Victoria met up for a little conversation, cavorting and mutual sourness? As imagined by Thick and...

This touring production of Kenneth MacMillan’s Manon is stripped to kill. Originated by the Royal Danish Ballet its spartan design is cool, sharp and...

Derek Deane’s 1997 production of Swan Lake for English National Ballet was originally staged as a vast in-the-round spectacle at the Royal Albert Hall,...

There is no happy ending to choreographer Arthur Pita and dramatist Anna Rulevskaya's nightmarishly unpredictable contemporary dance adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's The Mother. In...

Protein uses an eclectic combination of storytelling, song and movement to stage The Little Prince, Antonie de Saint-Exupéry’s moving novella of a young boy...

This Royal Ballet triple bill is a classic example of ‘Chequers Deal’ programming. The attempt to please everyone results in a deeply unsatisfactory collision...

The Nutcracker, with its sense of childhood wonderment, magic at midnight and corps of shimmering snowflakes, is the Christmas staple of the ballet world....
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