DANCE

If for nothing else, Woolf Works will be remembered for bringing back to the Covent Garden stage the fabulous Alessandra Ferri at the age...

It's all about the Balls. Without missing a beat, the former shadow chancellor has embraced his inner showman and gone from bully boy to...

Moscow City Ballet's touring production of Romeo and Juliet opens with its closing tableaux. The bodies of the tragic lovers and their feuding associates,...

In Blak Whyte Gray, hip-hop dance company Boy Blue Entertainment extend the expressive capabilities of their form in fascinating style. Choreographed by Kenrick Sandy...

  The chittering of cicadas in the dark; the intermittent growl of approaching thunder. Mossoux Bonte’s latest work, Whispers, explores the effect of sound on...

English National Ballet triumphed last year with Akram Khan’s re-imagined Giselle. Now they return to the rustic Rhineland with Mary Skeaping’s traditional tulle-filled production...

One of Royal Ballet supremo Kevin O'Hare's more inspired ideas was to commission Kate Prince's hip-hop version of Alice for the Linbury Studio to...

The first collaboration between long-running show Holiday on Ice’s producers Stage Entertainment and Olympic champion Christopher Dean, Believe is billed as a futuristic Romeo...

With contributions from no fewer than four choreographers the Royal Ballet's Sleeping Beauty certainly gives you more bang for your bucks. Marius Petipa's original...

English National Ballet's festive offering is a Nutcracker of a different colour. Unlike the Royal Ballet's majestically comforting production, Wayne Eagling's version embraces some...

Don't you just love it when footwear fits perfectly? Matthew Bourne and The Red Shoes were made for each other. Hans Christian Andersen's fairytale...

It seems odd to call this story of an orphaned match girl a delight, but Arthur Pita’s reworking of Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale...
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