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The Royal Ballet's sublime production of Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker returns to Covent Garden for the Christmas season 2021/22
Ever faithful to tradition, English National Ballet’s Nutcracker has booked its place at the London Coliseum for the 2021/22 festive season
Storyteller and choreographer Luca Silvestrini and his company Protein bring En Route, a new outdoor promenade, to Woolwich this summer
The Royal Ballet’s last programme of the season, 'Beauty Bill', showcasing the excellence of its soloists and talented lower ranks, is livestreamed on 9 July
The Royal Ballet brings back its transporting production of Giselle, the epitome of Romantic ballet, this autumn
National Youth Dance Company returns to Sadler's Wells with a brand new cohort of budding dancers and a brand-new show, Speak Volumes
Choreographer Wayne McGregor undertakes perhaps the most challenging work of his career with The Dante Project, coming to the ROH in the autumn
Hofesh Shechter's Double Murder brings two contrasting works to Sadler's Wells in the autumn
The Royal Ballet kicks off its 2021/22 season with Kenneth MacMillan's powerful rendering of Romeo and Juliet – the greatest love story of all
The Royal Ballet streams Lyssa, a new short film choreographed by Lynne Page, featuring the company's female dancers and music by Nadine Shah
Message in a Bottle, Kate Prince and Sting’s acclaimed show, returns to the Peacock Theatre where its triumphant run was cut short by the Covid-19 lockdown
The Midnight Bell, a characteristically louche and deeply human new work by choreographer Matthew Bourne, has its London premiere at Sadler's Wells in the autumn
Choreographer David Dawson’s METAMORPHOSIS, presented by Dutch National Ballet, was the perfect work for International Dance Day
A new date has been announced for Sergei Polunin and Alina Cojocaru's Romeo and Juliet at the Royal Albert Hall, which was twice postponed because of the Covid-19 lockdown
International Dance Day, on Thursday 29 April, is celebrated the world over. Here we compile some of the events programmed to mark the day
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’s Swan Lake, specially adapted for the little ones as part of the My First Ballet series, is now available online
English National Ballet has unveiled its full programme for the 2021/22 season, a blend of cutting-edge new works and much-loved classics
More good news: Sadler's Wells will reopen its doors to live performance in May with a programme of works that will run through the summer
Richard Chappell Dance kicks off its new season with Still Touch, a short film exploring the importance of touch and human contact
English National Ballet has launched new apps to enhance at-home enjoyment of the company's varied digital offer
Good news at last: the Royal Opera House will open its doors on 17 May for a new season of live ballet and opera
Rambert brings a series of brand-new works created specifically for the screen to its hugely successful Rambert Home Studio livestream platform
English National Ballet adds MacMillan's enthralling full-length work, Manon, to its Ballet On Demand streaming service
Birmingham Royal Ballet has released an elegiac short film, Empty Stage, which commemorates performance artists in our times of dark theatres
Ballet Black's Like Water is a powerful short film that choreographs the ancestral experiences of Black people and their intimate connection with the sea
Matthew Bourne's multi-award-winning The Car Man gets a make over fit for the Royal Albert Hall's vast dimensions
Previously unseen footage of Margot Fonteyn is the centrepiece of On Point at the V&A, an exhibition documenting 100 years of the Royal Academy of Dance
A poignant short film brings together freelance dance artists just as a second lockdown again threatens their livelihoods
Rock musician and choreographer Michael Clark collaborator Jarvis Cocker reacts to the Barbican's landmark exhibition with A Musical Response to Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer
A haunting short film inspired by Arthur Pita's ballet The Mother, starring the superstar ballerina Natalia Osipova, is released online