DANCE

Danza Contemporanea de Cuba comprises performers with stupendous technique. The company also displays a fine-tuned sense of drama and exuberance in their latest non-narrative...

This might have been subtitled Automata for the People. Made in 2011 and a big hit on the Continent, Blanca Li’s show is a...

Getting Dressed is a charming dance piece for children that plunges its young audience into a colourful world of sartorial-based revelry. It also offers...

Eva Yerbabuena is the living embodiment of the phrase “dynamite comes in small packages”. Her compact, formidable form contains enough explosive energy to fuel a...

David Bintley's production of Cinderella for Birmingham Royal Ballet is, for the most part, a sparkling version of the traditional tale. But it opens...

Israel Galvan is cooking on another planet in Fla.Co.Men. Flamenco’s most consistent deconstructionist, Galvan doesn’t so much disassemble the form as toss a fragmentation...

After winning the International Award for his company's touring work at The Stage Awards 2017, Early Adventures sees Matthew Bourne return to the three...

Masurca Fogo (Fiery Mazurka) might be retitled Sex on the Beach. The myriad cavortings and mischievous couplings on the rocky seashore set suggest that...

There is nothing coy about tango. A stranger to political correctness it derives from an era (and place) where men were men and women...

With startling simplicity and intricate cleverness, Kiss and Cry conjures up entire worlds of bittersweet emotion. It tells the story of a lonely old...

Send in the clones. Javier de Frutos splits the characters into multiples in Philip Glass’s operatic interpretation of Jean Cocteau’s 1929 novel about consensual...

Throughout 2016, choreographer Jonathan Burrows, composer Matteo Fargion and video maker Hugo Glendinning released a weekly video portrait of a selected dance artist. The...
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