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Sadler's Wells

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...

Pierre Rigal’s Scandale poses the question: is music or movement the mother of dance? It’s the kind of question that resists an answer – it...

Follies, Summer and Smoke and The Inheritance have been nominated for this year’s Knight of Illumination Awards. The awards honour international video and lighting designers,...

The story of Carmen has been reimagined countless times, but Christopher Renshaw’s Carmen La Cubana, which draws its inspiration from both Bizet’s opera and...

Respect the Elders. When Sadler’s Wells’ resident over-60s company of community dancers perform their latest mixed bill, they re-adjust the parameters by which we...

A morally serious and witty gem of a work lodges between three duller and borderline indulgent pieces in NDT1’s latest mixed bill. The Statement, by...

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...
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