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DANCE

Jamaican dancehall and Georgian polyphonic chanting – it seems like an odd pairing for a main stage production, but Cecilia Bengolea and Francois Chaignaud’s...

In November, Britain’s ballet companies commemorated the 25th anniversary of Kenneth MacMillan’s death with a varied programme of his one act works. Now Viviana...

For the final triple bill of the Royal Ballet season, the only connection between the pieces is that their makers have been resident choreographers...

Cowpuncher is a collaborative project with pulling power. In addition to costumes by Vivienne Westwood's partner Andreas Kronthaler, it's scored by celebrated young composer...

The Royal Ballet could learn a lot from English National Ballet about programming mixed bills. This well-balanced selection of works by American choreographers is...

Matthew Bourne's Highland Fling – his updating of La Sylphide to near contemporary Glasgow – is a joyous romp. He floods the stage with...

BalletLorent’s reimagining of Rumpelstiltskin expertly weaves together elements of light and dark, love and dysfunction. In Carol Ann Duffy’s new version of the Brothers Grimm...

Kenneth MacMillan’s Manon skims across a lake of darkness before plunging into its depths. The Abbe Prevost’s story of a girl whose fear of poverty...

It’s been 50 years since contemporary dance doyen Richard Alston made his first work. Mid Century Modern is a fine celebration of the choreographer’s...

Two world premieres and a revival from all three associate choreographers of the Royal Ballet whets the appetite. Wayne McGregor’s opener, Yugen, has a strong...

Yasmeen Godder’s new creation for Candoco Dance Company, Face In, is one of the final works programmed by the company’s former artistic directors, Stine...

For the first time in 15 years, choreographer Russell Maliphant is back onstage duetting with his collaborator and partner Dana Fouras. The result is...
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