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Christopher Wheeldon

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...

Gershwin musical An American in Paris is to be broadcast in cinemas worldwide later this year, following its closure in the West End. The show...

Christopher Wheeldon trained as a child at the Royal Ballet School and then graduated to join the Royal Ballet at 18, before moving to...

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...

If there was an award for the cringiest launch of a new show, the one for An American in Paris this week would surely...

An American in Paris choreographer and director Christopher Wheeldon has criticised the high cost of commercial theatre tickets, admitting that he is priced out...

Neil Norman charts the highs and lows of dance in 2014, which included a radical interpretation of The Tempest and a disappointing production of...

Matthew Bourne and Russell Maliphant have been shortlisted for the best modern choreography prize at this year’s National Dance Awards. Bourne has been selected for...

Not so long ago I had the pleasure, although I got pretty grubby sitting on the dusty ground, of seeing Opera Holland Park’s Alice’s...
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