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“Anyone would think the ballet world had lost the plot following the recent exploits at the Bolshoi, but now Sergei Polunin – former Royal Ballet star who quit unexpectedly last January at the height of fame, a week before an opening night – has bolted from yet another production…”

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Renowned for being one of the finest Art Deco hotels in London, Claridge’s is celebrating their glamorous heritage with the launch of Charleston Master Classes…

Dance (c) Bill Cooper / ROH
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“Onegin is one of the most powerful ballets in the general repertory. It stems from Pushkin’s verse-novel of the same name, a staple of Russian literature published in the nineteenth century.”

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“If Anna Pavlova was dainty enough to lend her name to a meringue dessert, then the English National Ballet dancers of this Sleeping Beauty remind one of a selection box of Ladurée macaroons.”

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“Matthew Bourne might not be for the purists in the audience, but for those of us eager to see a new take on traditional ballets he consistently succeeds in creating excitement and surprise for old and young alike.”

Dance Swan Lake. Photography by Alice Pennefather, courtesy of ROH
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“If you want something done right then you have to opt for the best. So if you want to see ballet the way it was meant to be, there’s nothing else for it but to head to the Royal Opera House for the ultimate classic, Swan Lake.”

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“The diamante curtain sweeps aside to open with all dazzlingly beautiful members of the 10 girl dance troupe performing the number God Save Our Bareskins.” Le Crazy Horse Paris trots into London…

Dance Coppelia - Photography (c) Roy Smiljanic
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“Billed as ‘magic, mayhem and the original living doll’, this Birmingham Royal Ballet production of Delibes’ Coppélia is stunning and perfectly suited to the opulent surroundings of the London Coliseum.”

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The Royal Ballet’s production of Romeo and Juliet is a maelstrom of heartbreak, elation and spirited sass, writes Charlotte Skeoch, for whom public displays of gushy emotion are a rare occurrence.

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First there was the achingly glamorous Proud Cabaret; now Alex Proud sets pulses racing once again, bringing the stars of London’s burlesque circuit to Proud Kitchen for his latest venture, Burlesque After Dark…

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