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Carlos Acosta’s vibrant production of the full-length ballet Don Quixote, created for The Royal Ballet in 2013, returns to the Royal Opera House stage
Tried and Tested
With A Celebration Carlos Acosta – the incomparable ballet superstar – marks 30 years in dance supported by his own young Cuban company, Acosta Danza, at the Royal Albert Hall
Tried and Tested
A vibrant and varied programme acquaints London with Acosta Danza, the new company of the Cuban ballet superstar, Carlos Acosta
North London’s top dance house, Sadler’s Wells, has announced a varied and exciting programme for 2017
Acosta Danza, acclaimed Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta’s brand new dance company, has its much anticipated UK debut at Sadler’s Wells in September 2017
Carlos Acosta: last performance is a feel-good affair as the Cuban takes his final classical bow
Carlos Acosta and Zenaida Yanowsky star in Will Tuckett’s exploration of the life and loves of Queen Elizabeth.
In a year of megastars, mega-flops and feted returns, dance has been hitting the headlines. We look back over the best dance shows 2015 gave us, plus more memorable moments
In the Know
A Royal Ballet Mixed Bill ends with Carlos Acosta’s own, one act Carmen, and one of the final chances to catch the phenomenal Cuban star on stage.
Summer has a decidedly Cuban flavour at Covent Garden, with the return of Carlos Acosta’s exuberant Cubanía show to the Royal Opera House.