Five Dance Shows to See in May
From new choreography at Covent Garden, through Casanova's life in dance and a new take on Argentine tango - May's dance is nothing if not varied
The Royal Ballet’s summer season begins with a diverse mixed bill featuring the much anticipated world premiere of Liam Scarlett’s new one-act ballet, Symphonic Dances. Last season, Scarlett’s Frankenstein receivedRead more ...
Giacomo Casanova was the son of a dancer and an actress, history’s favourite example of high
society and high scandal in 18th century Venice. His story is a long and episodic one, littered with
sexual conquests and Bond-worthy adventure.
Choreographer Kenneth Tindall, formerly a Northern BalletRead more ...
Christopher Bruce’s contemporary dance masterpiece, Ghost Dances, is probably the most popular work in Rambert’s history so it makes sense to see it being brought back to life as part of the company’s 90th anniversary celebrations.
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Created in 1981 as an evocative tribute
Over the decades and the world over, tango has become a byword for smouldering passion, sex, beauty and perfect chemistry between dancing couples.
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It transports audiences to the smoky nightclubs of early 20th century Buenos Aires, depicting an infinitely complex relationship between men and women,
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