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Wembley Park joins hands with Rambert and Pineapple Dance Studios to bring dance to the streets as part of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations
A Festival of Korean Dance returns to The Place bringing original and diverse approaches to dance and live performance
The Andalucian sun will shine over north London for two weeks this summer, because Sadler's Wells' famous Flamenco Festival is back
The ballet superstar Natalia Osipova is Carmen in the London premiere of a contemporary adaptation of the classic tale of passion
Scottish Ballet's acclaimed dance adaptation of The Crucible, Arthur Miller's play on collective hysteria in a 17th-century American community, has its London premiere at Sadler's Wells
Sadler's presents a collaborative double bill that assembles Pina Bausch's seminal The Rite of Spring and common ground[s[, a work by two African dancer/choreographers
Ballet stars honour one of the most influential dancers of all time, Rudolf Nureyev, in a special gala, Nureyev Legend and Legacy at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane
Young dancers from across the globe join forces in the Next Generation Festival, hosted by the ROH Linbury Theatre to celebrate young talent
Christopher Wheeldon tackles Latin American magic realism in Like Water for Chocolate, his daring new full-evening work for The Royal Ballet
The physical theatre company Gecko returns to the Barbican with The Wedding, a work that thrills and challenges in equal measure
A towering figure in the culture of Hungary, Franz Liszt is celebrated in Liszt Mosaics, Hungarian State Folk Ensemble's show coming to Sadler's Wells in June
Sharon Eyal's L-E-V company returns to Sadler's Wells with Love Chapter 3, the concluding part of her trilogy on love, its fortunes and misfortunes
Budding ballet dancers show their mettle in Anne of Green Gables, a brand-new work by London Children's Ballet
The exciting American choreographer Kyle Abraham brings his own company A.I.M by Kyle Abraham to Sadler's Wells with Requiem: Fire in the Air of the Earth
There's light and shade, and old and new in the packed 2022/23 Royal Ballet season, which has just been announced
You are invited to a ball like no other: Le Bal de Paris, a sumptuous virtual reality event with digital costumes by Chanel, courtesy of choreographer Blanca Li
The Royal Academy of Dance launches the third series of its Why Dance Matters podcasts, featuring an eclectic roster of international guests
Kathleen Marshall’s show-stopping revival of Anything Goes glides back onto the Barbican Theatre stage, following a sell-out run in 2021
Tate Modern hosts a multifaceted homage to the American choreographer Trisha Brown, a pioneer of the post-modern dance movement, with its Set and Reset series of events
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
Theatre and dance photographer Camilla Greenwell talks to Culture Whisper about her new exhibition, Movement in Still Form, which explores moments of dance creation
The undisputed king of dance theatre, Sir Matthew Bourne, launches Bourne to Dance, his New Adventures company weekly podcast, on International Dance Day
English National Ballet has launched new apps to enhance at-home enjoyment of the company's varied digital offer
Matthew Bourne's multi-award-winning The Car Man gets a make over fit for the Royal Albert Hall's vast dimensions
The popular young pianist plays Beethoven, Chopin and Gershwin – and helps London's junior players
Portmeirion's Festival No. 6 was our best worst kept secret about North Wales
L'Oculto in Brockley, Lewisham has gained a cult following for its extensive wine selection and range of tapas
Visit The Table Cafe on the South Bank for a hearty cooked breakfast or delicious waffles and pancakes in a fuss-free environment
A former building of Regent's Palace, Brasserie Zédel has opulent looks but reasonable prices
Try creative new specials every day at M1lk, the hipster café that draws crowds from around the city
Enjoy tea-inspired cocktails, vinyl records and a good book at Covent Garden bar Teatulia