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DANCE

The audience are gathered inside an inflatable semi-transparent tent, somewhere between a greenhouse (it’s hot) and an enormous chrysalis. White mesh moulds of body...

Quiet it may be, but William Forsythe’s latest evening of dance at Sadler’s Wells resounds with an extraordinary cerebral and imaginative force. By paring...

Carlos Acosta may have retired from classical ballet but he is still restlessly inventive. Following the disappointing debut of his dance version of Carmen at...

New English Ballet Theatre is a relatively young company and while past performances have suggested it is still finding its feet, its current programme...

Russian-born Royal Ballet star Natalia Osipova returns to Sadler’s Wells with a largely triumphant mixed bill of contemporary and classical fare. Her last programme...

It’s a cold heart that doesn’t warm to the Trocks. The company’s singular brand of pastiche has been refined and honed over the decades...

Pierre Rigal’s Scandale poses the question: is music or movement the mother of dance? It’s the kind of question that resists an answer – it...

Thank God for the orchestra. Tchaikovsky’s blazingly inventive ballet score receives a well-rounded interpretation by the English National Opera orchestra under the confident baton...

A really brief note on the free sheet for this physical show by National Theatre of China says it’s about the life of Zhang...

In JG Ballard’s novel, Concrete Island, an architect is left stranded after a car accident in an area of overgrown wasteland in the middle...

Emerging out of what appears to be primordial soup, dancers Mickael Henrotay-Delaunay and Ismael Oiartzabal weave a tale of friendship and derring-do in Hocus...

A hefty gold dildo makes a star turn in choreographer Boaz Barkan’s eccentric lecture-performance May I Speak About Dance? The shimmering phallus in question is...
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