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Sadler's Wells

For their first appearance at Sadler’s Wells, Dresden’s Semperoper Ballett make a judicious selection of William Forsythe works. His classical-based modernism is the perfect...

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan is to invest £385 million in a new cultural quarter being developed in east London. The £1.1 billion project, formerly...

Akram Khan claims that this will be his final solo work. At 43, the artist/performer – dancer/choreographer seems too limiting – confesses that he...

Milton’s line: “No light, but rather darkness visible” is as good a description of Kim Brandstrup’s new work as any. The first full-length work created...

Formosa, the title of Cloud Gate Dance Theatre’s latest work to premiere in the UK, comes from the name Portuguese sailors first gave to...

Fairy lights hang from the ceiling. In the foreground a woman is stretched out, her legs spread-eagled. Behind her, bare chested men vie boisterously...

Three European creative organisations – Theatre de Liege in Belgium, Sadler’s Wells in the UK and Maison de la Danse in France – will...

Jamaican dancehall and Georgian polyphonic chanting – it seems like an odd pairing for a main stage production, but Cecilia Bengolea and Francois Chaignaud’s...

The Royal Ballet could learn a lot from English National Ballet about programming mixed bills. This well-balanced selection of works by American choreographers is...
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