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by Birmingham Royal Ballet on November 18, 2020
Birmingham Royal Ballet celebrates 30th Anniversary with free streamed performance at Birmingham’s i
by Birmingham Royal Ballet on November 18, 2020
Following critically acclaimed live performances of Lazuli Sky in Birmingham and London last month, Birmingham Royal Ballet is today pleased to announce Birmingham Royal Ballet at 30 – Supported by Birmingham City Council; a celebratory free online s... Read full article
by Birmingham Royal Ballet on October 29, 2020
Christmas is not cancelled, as adapted version of The Nutcracker goes on sale
by Birmingham Royal Ballet on October 29, 2020
Following last week’s sold-out performances of Lazuli Sky, Birmingham Royal Ballet and Birmingham Repertory Theatre are excited to announce a specially adapted production of the classic Christmas fairytale The Nutcracker,... Read full article
by Judith Mackrell on March 26, 2018
Richard Alston Dance Company review – stillness, serenity and funk
by Judith Mackrell on March 26, 2018
Fifty years ago Richard Alston was a fierce, skinny boy with an arty fall of black hair who believed that dances should be choreographed with the same compositional rigour and purity as abstract art or music. ... Read full article
by Zoë Anderson on March 20, 2018
Ballet Black, which celebrates dancers of black and Asian descent, perform a double bill
by Zoë Anderson on March 20, 2018
Ballet Black’s new programme is surely the company’s finest yet. Cathy Marston’s taut new ballet The Suit shows tragedy bursting out of the seams of everyday life, while Arthur Pita’s A Dream Within A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a riotous take..... Read full article
by Judith Mackrell on March 11, 2018
Candoco Dance Company review – compelling document of human possibilities
by Judith Mackrell on March 11, 2018
It’s always great to witness the buzz that choreographers get from working with Candoco. Throughout the company’s 27-year history there’s rarely been a work in which its mix of disabled and non-disabled dancers has felt like a limitation.... Read full article
by Judith Mackrell on February 19, 2018
Bourne's Red Shoes and Khan's Giselle triumph at National Dance awards
by Judith Mackrell on February 19, 2018
We know that certain stories and certain archetypes have a strong hold on the dance imagination. We also know that when choreographers work with narrative it’s often easiest for them to pin the beautifully ambiguous language of the body... Read full article
by National Dance Company Wales on June 01, 2017
National Dance Company Wales (NDCWales), the nation’s contemporary dance company, has today announced that Jane McCloskey will be the next chair of its board, as of September. Jane is Dean of Faculty of Creative Industries at the University of South ... Read full article
by Helen Kreft on May 25, 2017
Northern Ballet to wow audiences with The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas and The Little Mermaid
by Helen Kreft on May 25, 2017
Northern Ballet has announced it will create a further two new full-length ballets in 2017 which will tour to 17 venues across the country. Adaptations of John Boyne's bestselling novel The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas and Hans Christian Andersen's... Read full article
on April 23, 2017
Nafisah Baba named as BBC's Young Dancer 2017
on April 23, 2017
Nafisah Baba has been named BBC’s Young Dancer 2017. The contemporary dancer, 20, was crowned the winner on stage at Sadler’s Wells theatre in London by former Royal Ballet principal ballerina Darcey Bussell during a live grand final.... Read full article
by Hanna Weibye on April 05, 2017
Matthew Bourne's Early Adventures, Sadler's Wells
by Hanna Weibye on April 05, 2017
Not every artist attains the kind of status that will allow their early works to be revived – or, when revived, greeted with commercial and critical success. This is something of a shame for those of us with a historical mindset who like seeing where... Read full article
by Simon Parkin on March 31, 2017
Legendary lothario Casanova is brought to life in Northern Ballet’s lavish show
by Simon Parkin on March 31, 2017
His name is synonymous with being the ultimate ladies’ man, but Kenneth Tindall’s production at Norwich Theatre Royal shows there was a lot more to history’s most notorious womaniser than depravity and decadence.... Read full article
by BalletBoyz on March 29, 2017
Here are Balletboyz’ Michael Nunn and William Trevitt to tell us more
by BalletBoyz on March 29, 2017
The internationally acclaimed Balletboyz bring their new production Life., featuring two new commissions by renowned choreographers Pontus Lidberg and Javier de Frutos, to Bristol Old Vic this weekend.... Read full article
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