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Birmingham Royal Ballet’s first programme of a short Sadler’s Wells autumn residency is a mixed bill in collaboration with Ballet Black, fresh from a turn at the Glastonbury Festival
Birmingham Royal Ballet ends a brief residency at Sadler’s Wells with its own production of the uber-Romantic ballet, Giselle
With its new programme, Evolution, Acosta Danza, Carlos Acosta’s own Cuban company, shows its versatility in a programme of new work and one old favourite
South African dancer and choreographer Dada Masilo’s Giselle is a bold and enrapturing remake of the Romantic ballet – see it at Sadler’s Wells this autumn
Silent Lines, Russell Maliphant’s latest work exploring rich connections between the internal and external worlds through movement, reaches Sadler’s Wells in October
Belfast in all its complexity takes centre-stage at the Southbank in Oona Doherty’s Hard to Be Soft, joining DU19 fresh from a triumphant run at the Edinburgh Festival
Ballet Preljocaj La Fresque, the work of one of France’s most exciting contemporary choreographers, weaves its magic at Sadler’s Wells this autumn
Scotland’s premier contemporary dance company, Scottish Dance Theatre, brings a touch of club culture to The Place with a cutting edge double bill
The Russian superstar ballerina Natalia Osipova's own project, Pure Dance, returns to Sadler's Wells
The ever exciting Tom Dale Company headlines Step Sonic, a varied programme of live sampled music and dance at The Place
A gritty dance-theatre piece, Gary Clarke Company’s Wasteland marries the birth of the 'rave' counterculture and the death of industrial Britain, and is at Place in the autumn
Les Beaux Dormants, by the French company Le Ballet de l’Opera national du Rhin at the Linbury theatre offers a gritty contemporary view of The Sleeping Beauty fairy tale
While You Are Here is an ambitious new work by dancer and choreographer Jonathan Goddard and theatre director Lily McLeish coming to The Place in the autumn
Luca Silvestrini’s Protein The Little Prince is possibly the most charming offering for Christmas Dance 2019 and can be seen at The Place over the festive season
The coming edition of the annual Dance Umbrella festival, DU19, presents Hocus Pocus, Philippe Saire’s magical dance theatre show for all the family
The celebrated South African dancer and choreographer Gregory Maqoma brings his stunning Cion: Requiem of Ravel’s Bolero to the Barbican as part of Dance Umbrella 2019
Boy Blue REDD, coming to the Barbican this autumn, is a brand new show from the troupe that turned hip hop into a medium with mass appeal
Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig premieres a gripping story of a whistleblower during the Chinese Aids crisis at the Hampstead Theatre
A new children’s dance work by Northern Ballet, Little Red Riding Hood, has its London premiere at the Linbury theatre in the autumn
The Linbury Theatre hosts an intriguing and diverse triple bill from Northern Ballet – The Kingdom of Back/Mamela/The Shape of Sound – this autumn
Dance Umbrella 2019, or DU19 for short, kicks off at Sadler’s Wells with Gisèle Vienne’s CROWD, a work set in a young people’s rave
The second show of the Merce Cunningham Centennial at the ROH is Dance Umbrella’s The Future Bursts In at the Linbury Theatre
The Royal Ballet joins worldwide commemorations of the Merce Cunningham centennial with an exciting triple bill at the Linbury Theatre this autumn
The Royal Ballet brings back its magical production of The Sleeping Beauty, that tells of the princess that slept for 100 years and was awakened by love
The Royal Ballet shows off the breadth of the company’s heritage with a triple bill of works by MacMillan and Ashton, alongside Nureyev’s production of a Petipa classic
The Globe stages Richard III, a deliciously villainous play featuring the hunchback that everyone loves to hate.
MacMillan's Manon, a powerful tale of love, lust and tragedy, opens The Royal Ballet's 2019/20 season at Covent Garden
Rambert's ground-breaking programme of contemporary dance for the 2019/20 season has already earned it a prestigious and lucrative prize.
Tickets are on sale for English National Ballet’s glorious Swan Lake in-the-round, which makes a welcome return to the Royal Albert Hall in 2020
Arthur Pita’s The Little Match Girl is a magical, but occasionally dark, take on Hans Christian Andersen’s Christmas tale
It’s the most magical season of all: Richard Briggs’ the Snowman returns to the Peacock Theatre for the 22nd consecutive year
Birmingham Royal Ballet brings its much loved production of The Nutcracker to the Royal Albert Hall for a short run in this year's festive season