DANCE

Ear plugs are being offered to the audience on the way in. Brewband, part gig, part dance piece, is the work of dancer, director...

Now in its sixth year, the civil war in Syria shows little sign of ending. The conflict has created an unprecedented exodus of people...

A series of hunched forms are draped in grey cloaks. They look like a landscape. A palpable tension runs through the figures as the...

Rosie Kay is known for the extensive research she conducts for her projects. Previous piece 5 Soldiers saw her dancers undertake training with the...

Dance company Aracaladanza has been a regular part of the Sadler’s Wells family weekend since 2008. The two-day event sees the building filled with...

Men and Girls Dance is undoubtedly a provocative title. But then this is a piece designed to challenge the preconceptions of its audience. For each...

Hong Kong Dance Company celebrates the region’s 20th year of freedom from British control with The Legend of Mulan, a folktale about a girl...

English National Ballet’s My First Ballet production of Cinderella is a production with noble intentions, danced with conviction by a talented cast of senior...

It’s a decade since Jewels first entered the Royal Ballet’s repertoire as a full work and, in the year that sees the 50th anniversary...

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....
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