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Royal Ballet

Cervantes’ nudnik knight-errant is back. Carlos Acosta’s 2013 production of Don Quixote for the Royal Ballet is a big, bold, irresistible gift for the...

The contrasts could hardly be more pronounced. Youthful vigour versus dulcet experience; aesthetic abstraction versus trad narrative; cool objectivity versus tear-jerking melodrama. Yet Liam Scarlett’s...

Lukas Bjorneboe Braendsrod started breakdancing aged six before switching to ballet and training with the Royal Ballet School. He tells Giverny Masso about his...

It was a year of peaks and troughs in 2018, of rising stars and returning veterans, old dogs and new tricks. Classical ballet was...

This Royal Ballet triple bill is a classic example of ‘Chequers Deal’ programming. The attempt to please everyone results in a deeply unsatisfactory collision...

Dazzling audiences at Covent Garden for five years, the Royal Ballet principal tells Anna Winter about the differences between dancing in Russia and the...

The Royal Opera House is transforming its newly refurbished Paul Hamlyn Hall into a ballet studio for a day, when dancers will take part...

Royal Ballet principal Francesca Hayward has joined the cast of the forthcoming film adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats. It is understood Hayward will play...

As the Royal Opera House prepares to let the public into its redeveloped spaces, chief executive Alex Beard tells George Hall why he is...
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