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The composer Johann Sebastian Bach and his numerous family come under Nina Raine's microscope in the new play Bach & Sons at the Bridge Theatre
Marking International Dance Day, Scottish Ballet releases two highly original dance films – Dive and Odyssey – created in-house during lockdown
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Two of the most charismatic figures of contemporary dance, choreographer William Forsythe and NYCB principal Tiler Peck, come together in The Barre Project, on Sadler's Wells Digital Stage
Constellations, Nick Payne’s seminal play probing the infinite possibilities facing a relationship returns to the West End with four diverse and starry casts
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In Chloé Zhao's stunning, Oscar-nominated drama, Frances McDormand stars as an unemployed widow who travels across the American West to find work
The undisputed king of dance theatre, Sir Matthew Bourne, launches Bourne to Dance, his New Adventures company weekly podcast, on International Dance Day
Dutch National Ballet marks World Dance Day with the free online premiere of David Dawson's enthralling METAMORPHOSIS, to a score by Philip Glass
Rambert returns to the stage at Sadler's Wells with a live performance of Draw From Within, a work originally created for the screen during lockdown
Verdi, Mozart, Rossini and Janacek welcome back live audiences for the summer festival – and the gardens should be lovelier than ever
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English National Ballet returns to the stage at Sadler's Wells with Reunion, a live performance of new works created during lockdown
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