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Dance takes pride of place in the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival 2018. Here are some of the highlights
Ever the innovator, choreographer Hofesh Shechter creates Shechter Underground, a unique site-specific show beneath the august buildings of Somerset House
Mayerling, Kenneth MacMillan’s potent real-life tale of love, lust and death, returns to Covent Garden as part of the Royal Ballet’s autumn season
Bach’s sublime Goldberg Variations undergoes a fascinating reinterpretation through the joint work of a string orchestra and a small group of contemporary dancers
The glam and glitter of Bollywood return to the London stage when the Taj Express extravaganza takes over the Peacock stage once more
A unique, challenging and potentially mind-blowing cross-genre work, choreographer Jefta van Dinther’s Dark Field Analysis has its UK premiere in the Lilian Baylis studio
Budding choreographers get a precious chance to show their work as part of Sadler’s Wells Young Associates programme
Cult act Gandini Juggling and choreographer Alexander Whitley bring their glorious collaboration Spring to Sadler's Wells, as part of the 2019 London International Mime Festival
In an enticing cross-cultural collaboration, the American Mark Morris Dance Group joins forces with the Silkroad Ensemble to tell the ancient Islamic love story of Layla and Majnun
The award-winning all-male comedy ballet troupe, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, return to the Peacock with their inimitable brand of ballet send-ups
One of the most influential choreographers or his generation, William Forsythe, curates A Quiet Evening of Dance, assembling works old and new at Sadler’s Wells
The Russian superstar ballerina Natalia Osipova presents another ‘me’ project, Pure Dance, at Sadler’s Wells this Autumn
Love Chapter 2, the latest offering from The Israeli dance company L-E-V, has its UK premiere at Sadler’s Wells this summer
Experience the legendary story of Carmen with a Cuban twist when the sizzling new dance musical Carmen La Cubana sashays into Sadler’s Wells this summer
The Dutch contemporary dance company Nederlands Dans Theater 1 is returning to Sadler’s Wells with a packed programme of daring dance
The internationally renowned Semperoper Ballett makes its Sadler’s Wells debut this season with the UK premiere of a triple bill of works by William Forsythe
Lest We Forget, English National Ballet's commemoration of the centenary of the Great War, returns to the stage
Still a ballet superstar even after retirement, Carlos Acosta celebrates thirty years in dance with a special appearance at the Royal Albert Hall in the autumn
Yes, it’s yet another Swan Lake, this time courtesy of the St Petersburg Ballet Theatre, bringing a little mystery and magic to Summer at the London Coliseum
London's festival of all things dance, Dance Umbrella, has announced the programme for 2018, its fortieth anniversary year (26 Sept – 21 Oct). Here are some of DU18's highlights
Dance carves a niche for itself in LIFT 2018 with four very diverse shows in a range of London venues
May brings a bounty of dance to our TV screens courtesy of a variety and exciting BBC Four Dance season
The Royal Ballet has programmed a series of Insight events to complement its brand new production of Swan Lake
The Royal Ballet’s much anticipated new production of Swan Lake – its first in 30 years – comes to the Royal Opera House soon
One of today's most fashionable choreographers, Wayne McGregor, brings his own Company back to Sadler's Wells with his science-infused work, Autobiography
Tickets for the Royal Ballet's 2018/19 Live Cinema Relays go on sale on 4th April. They sell out quickly, so don't delay booking!
Tickets for English National Ballet's Christmas residency at the London Coliseum go on general sale on Monday, 19 March. In the programme: Nutcracker, Swan Lake and Manon
On the centenary of the birth of Leonard Bernstein, his daughter Nina remembers a musician who ‘lived many lives in one' and left behind a tremendous legacy
Choreographer Martin Lawrance talks to Culture Whisper about dance, musicality, and Cut and Run, his new work for the Richard Alston Dance Company
Tickets are now on sale for a very special Christmas 2018 treat: the return to Sadler’s Wells of Matthew Bourne’s legendary male Swan Lake
From duets to jazz and debuts by female choreographers, here are the dance highlights to book now
As they prepare to debut in a principal ballet role in The Winter’s Tale, Reece Clarke and Matthew Ball talk to Culture Whisper about the complex figure of Polixenes