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The Royal Ballet celebrates its rich heritage and enters into a series of fertile collaborations in its just unveiled 2019/20 season. Here are some of the highlights
Rambert, Britain’s foremost contemporary dance company, has unveiled a ground-breaking programme for the 2019/20 season. Here are the highlights
The Canadian dance company Cas Public joins forces with the Belgian youth theatre Kopergietery for 9, a family show that explores the relationship between hearing and music
The pioneering contemporary choreographer Serge Aimé Coulibaly channels the spirit of the Afrobeat artist and activist Fela Kuti in the intoxicating dance show Kalakuta Republik
The Royal Ballet’s Within the Golden Hour Triple Bill offers a mix of pure delight, a heart-rending comment on our world and a big disappointment
AVA Dance Company, No Woman’s Land at The Place is a fascinating exploration of cross-cultural experiences by two women from opposite sides of the earth
Georgia Parris' assured debut feature blends contemporary dance and moving drama, with choreography from Punchdrunk
Ben Duke’s Juliet & Romeo, a startling and thought provoking take on the greatest ever love story, returns for a short run at The Place
Dance Umbrella, the festival that busts the boundaries of contemporary dance, has announced its line-up for the coming edition, DU19. Here are some highlights
Christopher Wheeldon adapts his sparkling Cinderella for an in-the-round staging danced by English National Ballet in the grand space of the Royal Albert Hall
Surely one of the most anticipated visitors of 2019, the vibrant San Francisco Ballet returns to Sadler’s Wells with four mouth-watering programmes
Small, but perfectly formed, the all-male dance troupe BalletBoyz make their West End debut with their hit showThem/Us
To Gillie With Love is star-studded musical gala commemorating the West End's late great Dame Gillian Lynne at the theatre named after her
This year’s cohort of National Youth Dance Company strut their stuff at Sadler’s Wells with MADHEAD, an energetic new work by their guest artistic director Botis Seva
The French experimental dance choreographer Boris Charmatz brings his extraordinary work 10,000 Gestures to Tate Modern
The Spanish dance superstars Sara Baras, Rocío Molina and Olga Pericet are among those performing in this year’s edition of Sadler’s Wells' Flamenco Festival
Matthew Bourne's legendary Swan Lake comes to a screen near you, following a triumphant sell-out run at Sadler's
Discover Korea’s leading contemporary dance companies when A Festival of Korean Dance returns to The Place for a second year
The Cuban ballet superstar Carlos Acosta gets the biopic treatment in Yuli, the uneven but often gripping tale of a rebel child forced to accept his destiny
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
The Royal Ballet opened this season’s lengthy run of Kenneth MacMillan’s masterful Romeo and Juliet by showcasing the first of a wide range of casts
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
The White Crow, Ralph Fiennes' third film, tells the back story of the charismatic ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev’s decision to defect from the Soviet Union in 1961
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
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
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
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
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
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
Some of the Royal Opera House’s top ballet and opera productions will be available for on-demand streaming for the first time through the digital streaming service Marquee.TV