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Ballet thrives on its fairytales. In some people’s minds, the two are synonymous. Although that…

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It doesn’t get much more festive than a trip to see Nutcracker, but this English…

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“Wayne McGregor is not your average choreographer. A former research fellow at the University of Cambridge’s Experimental Psychology department, he’s as much immersed in science and technology as the world of dance.”

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With a limited run of just five performances, the Shanghai Ballet Company’s contemporary production of Jane Eyre heralded their London debut at the Coliseum.

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Twenty years after his death, the English National Ballet is staging their homage to the dancer, director and choreographer by performing three works that delve intimately into his artistic life.

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Roland Petit’s 1975 version of Coppélia, one of the world’s most popular comic ballets, was brought to life once again by the Moscow Stanislavsky Ballet, making their debut at the London Coliseum.

Dance Mayerling © ROH / Bill Cooper, 2009
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“Kenneth Macmillan’s 1978 offering is very much a grown-up ballet, setting itself apart with a male dancer in the lead role…and a frenzy of drugs, prostitution, infidelity and gun-wielding.”

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You forget the rapturous applause that accompanies an Acosta appearance. It’s deafening. There are many good dancers, but the might of Carlos Acosta is something else entirely.