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Matthew Bourne. Photo: Elliott Franks

Matthew Bourne

Matthew Bourne is an Olivier Award winning choreographer, director and founder of New Adventures. He is well known for his contemporary dance and ballet productions including Swan Lake, The Red Shoes, Sleeping Beauty, Edward Scissorhands and the Nutcracker. Bourne is also a resident artist at Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London.

Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures is among the winners of this year’s Creative Green Awards. Run by green arts charity Julie’s Bicycle, the awards celebrate arts...

The Society of London Theatre has apologised for omitting Peter Hall from its in memoriam tribute at this year's Olivier Awards. The director, who founded...

Matthew Bourne's Highland Fling – his updating of La Sylphide to near contemporary Glasgow – is a joyous romp. He floods the stage with...

A prank birthday present of ballet lessons led Scott Ambler into a career in which he forged a memorable partnership with choreographer Matthew Bourne...

The cast of West End musical 42nd Street and Matthew Bourne's long-time design collaborator Lez Brotherston are among the winners of this year's Critics'...

Lyric Hammersmith senior producer Imogen Kinchin has been appointed executive director of Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures. She replaces James Mackenzie-Blackman, who is leaving to lead...

Set in 1940 in London and combining Hollywood glitz with wartime drab, this Blitz-era ballet is steeped in tenebrous nostalgia and inspired by British...

Ipswich-based DanceEast has launched what it claims is the first two-year dance degree in the UK. The BA (hons) course is run by the dance...

Matthew Bourne has won a Critics’ Circle award for distinguished services to the arts. The choreographer was nominated jointly by the drama and dance sections...
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