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Birmingham Royal Ballet

For a 20th century adaptation of a 19th century ballet, Peter Wright’s Nutcracker has endured remarkably well. Created in 1990 for Sadler’s Wells Royal Ballet’s...

Though technical standards are high, Birmingham Royal Ballet’s latest triple bill fails to set Sadler’s Wells ablaze. In Arcadia, the first main stage commission for...

Originally made for the National Ballet of Japan, David Bintley’s Aladdin is an efficacious antidote to the panto versions at this time of year....

Birmingham Royal Ballet has announced its first ever relaxed performance. The Sleeping Beauty is being adapted to cater for those on the autistic spectrum, with...

Birmingham Royal Ballet is to hold open auditions for young dancers to appear in a Christmas production of The Nutcracker at the Royal Albert...

Birmingham Royal Ballet’s performance of Peter Wright’s 1995 production highlights Coppelia’s many quirky, warm-hearted qualities. Principal dancer Celine Gittens is incredibly well-suited to the lead...

The logistics of taking a large-scale ballet on tour can be mind-boggling. Key backstage workers and performers from Birmingham Royal Ballet tell Neil Norman...

Birmingham Royal Ballet and Sadler's Wells are joining forces for a major new development programme for classical choreographers. The scheme will support large-scale commissions by...

Arts Council England has awarded £5 million in funding to develop a new dance hub in Birmingham. Over the next three years, £3 million will...
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