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DANCE

Sequins, tassels, flashy routines and a pop soundtrack – all things you’d expect of Strictly Come Dancing and what any fan of the show...

The San Francisco Ballet concludes its London season with another scintillating trio of UK premieres. The company’s youthful vigour, physical dexterity and cutting-edge technique...

Created in 2012 for Dutch National Ballet, Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella is stirred but not shaken from its traditional roots. The shift from proscenium arch to...

Okwui Okpokwasili’s solo show, inspired by her memories of growing up in New York's Bronx, starts with a prolonged period of shaking. The performer...

Principal dancer Yasmine Naghdi makes a blazing debut in The Firebird in the Royal Ballet’s latest triple bill. Against the mysterious glimmer of Stravinsky’s score,...

San Francisco Ballet continues to dish up delectable European premieres in the second of its four mixed programmes. The only narrative piece in the offing,...

Though San Francisco Ballet’s formidably neat style is distinctly American, the opening programme in its season at Sadler’s Wells is also scattered with allusions...

There can be no ignoring the irony. Ballet's ‘bad boy’ Sergei Polunin as the ‘mad monk’ Rasputin has an undeniable appropriateness. It is a self-conscious...

Audiences don’t normally get to choose the length of a show, but we do with Into the Mountain, a site-sensitive walking performance initiated and...

Under the artistic direction of Tao Ye, Tao Dance Theater has created a series of works called the Numerical Series. The intention of these...

Strap yourself in for some hollow sentiment and hubris – ballet’s enfant terrible Sergei Polunin is back in town. The Ukrainian dancer’s most recent...

It is possible to make a non-narrative ballet from a literary classic, as Crystal Pite’s The Tempest Replica and Wayne McGregor’s Woolf Works have...
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