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The ideal opening to the new season, The Royal Ballet’s Don Quixote brings sunshine, fun and simply glorious dancing to Covent Garden
Royal Ballet stars shared the stage with newcomers in the first edition of this year’s Ballet Nights in the intimate surroundings of the Lanterns Studio Theatre, Canary Wharf
Emanuel Gat Dance's ode to the sounds of the 1980s, LoveTrain2020, lights up Sadler's Wells this autumn
The Yellow Wallpaper at the Coronet Theatre is a genre-fusing adaptation of an early feminist novella about mental health and female oppression
A Nutcracker like no other opens the Tuff Nut Jazz Club, a new performance space at the Royal Festival Hall
Forbidden is a compelling study of female desire by the New Delhi-based dancer and choreographer Aditi Mangaldas, which has its UK premiere at Sadler's Wells
With characteristic audacity, BalletBoyz mark their return to the stage at Sadler's Wells with England on Fire, an über-ambitious, multidisciplinary production
The Royal Ballet celebrates the pioneering choreographer Bronislava Nijinska on the centenary of her landmark work, Les Noces
Alice Ripoll's Zona Franca brings the vibrancy of Brazilian dance to the Southbank Centre in its UK debut
The Spanish dancer and choreographer Paula Quintana brings her dance installation Las Alegrías to the Coronet Theatre for its UK premiere
Yorke Dance Project presents a brand new film of Sea Of Troubles, choreographer Kenneth MacMillan's expressionist take on Hamlet, at the ROH Clore Studio
A multinational production of Mozart's awe-inspiring Requiem performed as part of Leeds Year of Culture 2023 is now available to stream on BBC iPlayer
Dance Umbrella, London's international dance festival, returns for 2023....
In partnership with Dance Umbrella Festival
The American choreographer Pam Tanowitz returns to the scene of her London debut, the Barbican Theatre, with her latest breathtaking creation, Song of Songs
The Limit is an intriguing dance-theatre adaptation of the dystopian play Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons coming to the Linbury this autumn
A dance company with a difference, Fallen Angels Dance Theatre enacts the experience of living with addiction in Traces Through Time at the Linbury Theatre
Tickets are now on general sale for The Royal Ballet's Autumn season
The Royal Ballet's magical production of The Nutcracker heralds the arrival of Christmas at the Royal Opera House
Following a successful run earlier this year, Ballet Black brings its double bill Pioneers to the Linbury Theatre in the autumn
Northern Ballet pays a short visit to Covent Garden with Generations:Three Short Ballets, an exciting programme of new and classic work
Choreographer Wayne McGregor's epic dance account of The Divine Comedy, The Dante Project, returns to Covent Garden this autumn
Anemoi and The Cellist, two recent award-winning Royal Ballet commissions, return to Covent Garden in a double bill
An instant hit on its 2020 premiere, Kate Prince and Sting’s show Message in a Bottle returns to the Peacock Theatre this autumn
In an improbable but exciting marriage between ballet and hard rock, Birmingham Royal Ballet joins forces with Black Sabbath – you can see it at Sadler's Wells
The Royal Opera House adds three key works from The Royal Ballet repertoire to its Stream option
The Royal Ballet streams Lyssa, a new short film choreographed by Lynne Page, featuring the company's female dancers and music by Nadine Shah
English National Ballet has launched new apps to enhance at-home enjoyment of the company's varied digital offer
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