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DANCE

Every generation has its Romeo and Juliet. Franco Zeffirelli and Baz Luhrmann on film, Rudolf Nureyev and Kenneth MacMillan in ballet. Now Matthew Bourne...

Fela Kuti, the revolutionary Nigerian band leader who invented Afrobeat, was imprisoned for his anti-authoritarian music but had a decidedly dodgy attitude to women,...

Shostakovich’s ballet about a farm workers' collective in the Russian Steppes was briefly popular in 1935 until an article in Pravda damned it as...

There are three indistinct figures projected on to a wall and as Offenbach's Orpheus pipes up, they begin to can-can. As the lights dim,...

It seems like everyone’s a bit sick of true crime, including this true crime show. On the surface, it’s about the semi-true story of...

The monumental impact of being deaf is explored in Hélène Blackburn’s physically intense choreography for 9, performed by her company Cas Public with dancer...

It’s sad to note that Arthur Miller’s 1953 conflation of the Salem witch trials and the McCarthy hearings of the playwright’s own era has...

Flamenco maverick Rocio Molina deconstructs the norms of her form with an antic energy in Fallen From Heaven. As the title suggests, it’s a...

This is the 80th year of Blackpool Pleasure Beach’s skating extravaganza Hot Ice and it knows exactly what it is doing. Utopian features a huge...

It’s been just over a year since LGBT+ theatre Above the Stag moved into its latest Vauxhall home. Ambitious shows such as Boy Toy...

Created for Sadler’s Wells Royal Ballet in 1989, Hobson’s Choice was one of David Bintley’s earliest creations. This revival celebrates his final season as...

Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Unleashed is a gripping mixed bill of works by established and emerging female choreographers. Like English National Ballet’s recent programme She...
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