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Sadler's Wells

Originating around the ninth Century in Persia the story of Layla and Majnun was described by George Gordon, Lord Byron as “the Romeo and...

A sophisticated but relatively recent theatrical genre, Jingju (Peking Opera) achieved its current form in the 19th century. It draws on many Chinese traditions –...

Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures, Ambassador Theatre Group and Sadler’s Wells are among the first arts organisations to take part in a new scheme that...

Sadler’s Wells celebrates the 20th anniversary of its transformation into a purpose-built dance house with a promising triple bill of new work by up-and-coming...

In dance, the body is explored and examined on all levels. From the individual to the collective, from its practical functions to poetic meaning...

Race, politics, disability – these are the issues a trio of emerging choreographers are pushing to the forefront at the iconic London dance space...

Quiet it may be, but William Forsythe’s latest evening of dance at Sadler’s Wells resounds with an extraordinary cerebral and imaginative force. By paring...

Ambassador Theatre Group has boosted its senior management team by appointing Katy Arnander to the new role of content development director. Arnander, currently director of...

Russian-born Royal Ballet star Natalia Osipova returns to Sadler’s Wells with a largely triumphant mixed bill of contemporary and classical fare. Her last programme...
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