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Music, theatre, visual arts and dance were the richer for the patronage of Queen Elizabeth II, who has died, aged 96
One of the most electrifying dancers in the UK, Dickson Mbi, brings his new work, Enowate, to Sadler's Wells
With Mixtape, ZooNation, The Kate Prince Company comes to Sadler's Wells to celebrate 20 years of vibrant, exciting hip-hop
House of Flamenka, a brand-new fusion of flamenco and contemporary dance, has its world premiere at the Peacock Theatre this autumn
With Anti-Body choreographer Alexander Whitley continues his exploration of the marriage between the human body and its technological representation
Giselle, Bach… and The Trocks return
As the gala in honour of Rudolf Nureyev approaches, we talk to Paris Opera Ballet Star Germain Louvet about the legendary dancer’s indelible presence and influence
Hip-hop choreographer Joseph Toonga brings his latest work, Born to Exist: The Woman I Know, to The Place as part of an extensive UK tour
Cherish Menzo's Jezebel is an original and uncompromising look at the objectified images of women in the mass media, music videos in particular
Tango luminary German Cornejo returns to his roots with Tango After Dark, a high-octane trawl through Argentina's national dance coming to the Peacock Theatre
Northern Ballet's Made in Leeds: Three Short Works has its London premiere at the Linbury Theatre this autumn
Maverick Ben Duke's Lost Dog returns to the ROH Linbury Theatre with a new show loosely inspired by the Greek myth of Medea
Book early for The Royal Ballet's Christmas treat like no other: The Nutcracker returns to The Royal Opera House for the festive season
Northern Ballet's Ugly Duckling comes to the Linbury Theatre as a treat for young children and a great way to introduce them to the magic of ballet
The Royal Ballet marks the 60th anniversary of the ROH Friends membership scheme with A Diamond Celebration, a glittering programme featuring many of its principal dancers
Ballet Black continues its 20th anniversary celebrations by bringing its double bill Say it Loud to the Royal Opera House Linbury Theatre
The Canadian choreographer Crystal Pite adapts her award winning Flight Pattern to a full evening work for The Royal Ballet
Mayerling, Kenneth Macmillan’s dark and complex tale of political intrigue, madness and death in the Austro-Hungarian court, opens The Royal Ballet's new season
Botis Seva's remarkable commentary on the experience of black youth, BLKDOG, returns to Sadler's Wells in the autumn
London hosts dance from four continents
Choreographer Didy Veldman talks to Culture Whisper about her new Carmen, tailor-made for the Russian superstar ballerina Natalia Osipova
In the run-up to the premiere of The Royal Ballet’s season blockbuster, Christopher Wheeldon’s Like Water for Chocolate, the ballet’s composer, Joby Talbot, talks to Culture Whisper
May offers some unmissable dance shows
There's light and shade, and old and new in the packed 2022/23 Royal Ballet season, which has just been announced
Dance for all tastes in April
The American choreographer Kyle Abraham talks to Culture Whisper about The Weathering, his first major commission by the Royal Ballet, and his approach to artistic creation
The Royal Academy of Dance launches the third series of its Why Dance Matters podcasts, featuring an eclectic roster of international guests
A bumper month for dance in London
Mark Bruce talks to Culture Whisper about his unique take on dance theatre, as the Mark Bruce Company prepares to bring his Phantoms triple bill to Wilton’s Music Hall
A Sunday of ballet on BBC Four as part of the corporation's extensive programme of dance for 2022 to be broadcast on TV, radio, iPlayer and Sounds.
Rambert transforms the popular TV drama series Peaky Blinders into dance theatre in its brand-new show Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby
On our radar in 2022 are so many exciting goodies and anticipated trends. Our editor-in-chief Eleonore Dresch organises them in alphabetical order