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DANCE

The Little Mermaid completes Northern Ballet’s hat-trick year of premieres in sparkling style. Choreographed by company director David Nixon, it’s a thoroughly absorbing, superbly...

It’s been 30 years since the Royal Ballet last performed in Hull but in that period the city has been making its mark in...

With DeadClub, directing duo David Rosenberg and Frauke Requardt leave behind the outdoor spectacles of previous collaborations and move into a suggestive interior space....

This is the production of Footloose where all the cast play instruments on stage. As well as dance and sing. I would add "act"...

One could never accuse Hofesh Shechter of lacking ambition. His latest work is inspired by nothing less than the Apocalypse; it’s the end of...

Choreographer Pauline Mayers’ one-woman show What If I Told You is eloquent on ideas of difference. Part confessional monologue, memoir and workshop, it generously...

Echoes of Nijinsky’s faun emerge in Sharon Eyal’s mysterious Process Day, a work danced with commanding presence by every member of Scottish Dance Theatre. Instead...

Something remarkably febrile lies at the centre of Nederlands Dans Theater’s Edinburgh triple bill. A man in the throes of death recalls a life...

Robert Mapplethorpe and the bohemian subcultures of 1970s' New York inspire this transfixing piece – an extract from a full-length work – by Scottish...

Tutu is a disappointing all-male production that relies on cheap visual gags in an attempt to satirise several styles of dance. Ballet comes in...

Luca Silvestrini’s Border Tales has been around since 2014, but its messages about multiculturalism seem more relevant than ever in the rabid wake of...

Lady Macbeth doesn’t get the stage time and death scene she deserves; in the play, her apparent suicide is merely reported to Macbeth. Choreographer...
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