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Flamenco maverick Israel Galván returns to Sadler’s Wells to flaunt his signature speedy footwork in La Fiesta, a work that pays homage to a great tradition of Spanish culture
The exacting Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and her company Rosas join forces with cellist Jean-Guihen Queyras for a unique interpretation of Bach’s 6 Cello Suites
The classical Indian dancer Seeta Patel’s The Rite of Spring gives the Stravinsky masterpiece a brand new and intriguing treatment
A novel slated as one of the most important works of the last decade is finally adapted to the stage, in a timely epic for the National Theatre 2019 season
Discover Korea’s leading contemporary dance companies when A Festival of Korean Dance returns to The Place for a second year
Nora Invites Deborah Hay – Where Home Is at Sadler's Wells' Lilian Baylis studio, is the latest offering from three dancers determined to take control of the creative process
BBC Young Dancer 2019 has entered its critical stage, with 20 hopefuls chosen to contest the finals before a panel of distinguished judges and a nationwide BBC TV audience
It’s all smiles in Little Miss Sunshine. Arcola Theatre turn a cult-classic film into a musical, which entertains but lacks substance
Sadler’s Wells’ programme of dance for the Autumn 2019 is its usual exhilarating mix of dance styles and nationalities. Here are some of the season’s highlights
Collide Theatre's Metamorphosis is a contemporary take on Kafka's eponymous novella, that premieres at a Festival of European theatre in London
Rambert's forthcoming programme at Sadler’s Wells offers the chance to see early landmark pieces from McGregor and Shechter, alongside a brand new work by Marion Motin
The Bolshoi Ballet returns to Covent Garden, accompanied by the Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre, for an exciting three-week summer season showcasing four spectacular tried and tested ballets
In Quentin Tarantino's new film, Margot Robbie is Sharon Tate. New photos of Robbie and co-stars Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio and the first teaser trailer reveal more
INALA, the Zulu ballet by Sisters Grimm that transports audiences to the heart of South Africa with live music, singing and dance, returns to London for its West End premiere
The flash of a firebird, a family sent into a spin and a classical ballet explosion; The Royal Ballet presents three ballet classics with a Russian flavour
Deborah Colker Dance Company whisks you off to Brazil in Dog Without Feathers, an intriguing dance work that brings a cultural poem to life
The queen of hip hop, Kate Prince, draws on Sting’s back catalogue for her new show, Message in a Bottle, coming to the Peacock Theatre in early 2020
Portmeirion's Festival No. 6 was our best worst kept secret about North Wales
Matthew Bourne's very own take on the classic 1948 film The Red Shoes, returns to Sadler's Wells for Christmas, following its acclaimed debut there three years ago
Painter and printmaker Sean Scully's abstract works come to the National Gallery for a free exhibition exploring the artist's admiration for JMW Turner
Details are beginning to emerge of Sergei Polunin's new 'me' project, which comes to the London Palladium in the spring
The Russian ballet superstar Natalia Osipova is The Mother in an especially commissioned Arthur Pita work coming to the Southbank Centre in the summer
After a three year wait, Sophie Turner, Jennifer Lawrence and Michael Fassbender return in Dark Phoenix, new X-Men movie
The American choreographer Pam Tanowitz’s response to TS Eliot’s masterpiece, Four Quartets, comes to the Barbican basking in universal praise after its New York debut last year
Claire Denis, a titan of French cinema, harnesses sexuality and sci-fi existentialism for her first English-language feature
Karlheinz Stockhausen's Donnerstag aus Licht (Thursday from Light) is a must for devotees of either electronic avant-garde or mammoth opera
Brecht/Weill’s morality play-cum-cabaret Seven Deadly Sins, as interpreted by the choreographer Kenneth MacMillan, comes to Wilton’s Music Hall starring two contrasting performers
International theatre's most in-demand auteur is directing the legendary Comédie-Française company in his adaptation of Luchino Visconti's 1969 film
Following a thrilling 2018 run, fun-fuelled fusion of ballet and street dance Beats on Pointe returns to wow London dance audiences at The Peacock Theatre
The acclaimed Beijing-based choreographer Tao Ye returns to Sadler’s Wells with his company TAO Dance Theater to present two pieces from its Numerical Series in 4 & 9
Mischief Theatre, award-winning purveyors of sell-out slapstick hilarity, are taking over the Vaudeville Theatre for a year-long run of three new productions
The Royal Ballet marks the centenary of Margot Fonteyn’s birth with a special programme that commemorates one of the defining figures of British Ballet