DANCE

Tamara Rojo has created an ambitious programme. Featuring signature works of Pina Bausch, William Forsythe and Hans van Manen, it’s a triple bill designed...

Hot on the heels of Matthew Bourne's adaptation of the 1948 dance film The Red Shoes as a new narrative ballet comes this Broadway...

Nirvana’s Come As You Are is the perfect opener for this Belgian dance piece about what it means to be part of a group....

The drum has a perennial, primal power over humankind: it stirs the instincts for ritual, fighting, dancing, and probably mating. Even the most urbane...

Was Giacomo Casanova just an 18th-century sex addict, or a man of many colours? He was a trainee cleric, gambler, writer, violinist, alchemist and...

I would love to say that Sergei Polunin has recovered his mojo. I would love to say that Project Polunin is a worthy progression...

Two solo pieces, one performer. And yet so marked is the difference between the two it is hard to believe they are danced by...

Wayne McGregor’s Tree of Codes, a work which sees his company perform alongside dancers of the Paris Opera Ballet, is based upon Jonathan Safran...

While some of the pieces in Ballet Black’s latest triple bill are underwhelming, others are inspired. The neoclassical reveries in Michael Corder’s House of Dreams...

Arthur Pita’s fairytale double-bill revels in the dark side of human nature. A macabre medley of fairytales, Stepmother features the petite, innocent-looking Corey Claire Annand...

The Coronet, a gloomy and atmospheric former cinema, seems an appropriate venue in which to celebrate Russell Maliphant, a choreographer for whom the interplay...

In 2013, Canadian dancer Lukas McFarlane won Sky TV’s talent show Got to Dance. Then aged 20, he wowed the judges with splashy routines...
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