DANCE

It’s been 15 years since Tanguera – the world’s first ‘tango musical’ – strutted its way onto the Buenos Aires stage, bound for international...

Twenty-five dancers fill the large, temporary stage, a shiny silvery padded floor set amid the industrial columns of the abandoned warehouse in Manchester city...

Michelle Dorrance is tapping into technology in this show that made its debut in New York last year. A revolutionary tap choreographer, she collaborates with...

Live performance is inescapably trapped in the present. Available Light, showing as part of the Manchester International Festival, is 34 years old (that’s: the...

This is lean and hungry work. Part of the Shubbak Festival celebrating contemporary Arab culture, Mithkal Alzghair’s Solo and Trio are two pieces are...

Voices of the Amazon is a well-intentioned but ultimately shallow dance musical about deforestation in the Amazon. It tells the story of water sprite...

The bodies of three horses lie in a pile on the stage. Nine performers – eight men, one woman – stand over them, still...

Birmingham Royal Ballet’s performance of Peter Wright’s 1995 production highlights Coppelia’s many quirky, warm-hearted qualities. Principal dancer Celine Gittens is incredibly well-suited to the lead...

Eight minutes is the time it takes for a photon – the fundamental particle of visible light – to travel from the sun to...

Richard Alston Dance Company’s latest programme sees the return of Alston’s 2004 work Gypsy Mixture alongside the recently created Chacony – but it’s associate...

Beneath dim and shuddering light figures move in shadow; heavily muscled male torsos unfurl like Rodin sculptures coming to life while music box ballerinas...

Remnants is a powerful exploration of literal and metaphorical excavation, skilfully rendered through a combination of electronic and Balkan folk music, dance and recorded...
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