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by Royal & Derngate on September 23, 2019
Acclaimed choreographer Sir Richard Alston new patron for Northampton’s Royal & Derngate
by Royal & Derngate on September 23, 2019
Royal & Derngate is thrilled to announce that the acclaimed choreographer Sir Richard Alston is to become a patron of the Northampton-based theatre. ... Read full article
by Lyndsey Winship on April 15, 2019
Merce Cunningham remembered
by Lyndsey Winship on April 15, 2019
He was a rail-thin, zen-like powerhouse who electrified dance – and his pupils. As Merce Cunningham’s centenary is celebrated, four disciples recall an unforgettable teacher... Read full article
by Lyndsey Winship on March 18, 2019
Yuli: this portrait of Carlos Acosta and Cuba is a dance film like no other
by Lyndsey Winship on March 18, 2019
Dance on film can have many functions. It might act as a showstopping decoration to the drama (most movie musicals), a shorthand for its protagonist’s obsession or madness (Black Swan, The Red Shoes) ... Read full article
by BalletBoyz on February 06, 2019
BalletBoyz' World Premiere of Them Us at Sadler's Wells
by BalletBoyz on February 06, 2019
Rehearsal images and a video trailer are released today for the world premiere of Them/Us presented by the internationally acclaimed all-male dance troupe BalletBoyz ahead of their new UK tour, from 23 February to 28 April... Read full article
by Birmingham Royal Ballet on January 16, 2019
Carlos Acosta CBE has been appointed as the new Director of the Birmingham Royal Ballet
by Birmingham Royal Ballet on January 16, 2019
Birmingham Royal Ballet is delighted to announce that internationally renowned Carlos Acosta CBE has been appointed as its new Director. He will take up his appointment in January 2020.... Read full article
by Akram Khan Company on November 28, 2018
Akram Khan Company Announce the World Premiere
by Akram Khan Company on November 28, 2018
Akram Khan Company have today announced a brand-new production from the multi award-winning choreographer and dancer Akram Khan. Outwitting the Devil will premiere in Stuttgart in July 2019.... Read full article
by Sarah Crompton on September 25, 2018
You couldn't take your eyes off him': the triumph and tragedy of Rudolf Nureyev
by Sarah Crompton on September 25, 2018
It was impossible not to know who Rudolf Nureyev was. From the moment the dancer defected to the west, turning his back on his home and the Kirov company that trained him, he blazed across the front pages.... Read full article
by BalletBoyz on July 02, 2018
BalletBoyz® presents Young Men
by BalletBoyz on July 02, 2018
Internationally acclaimed all-male dance company BalletBoyz will bring to life their Rose d’Or award-winning film and sell-out stage production of Young Men in a new hybrid adaptation of live dance and film at Wilton’s Music Hall from Tuesday 13 to S... Read full article
by Judith Mackrell on May 22, 2018
Akram Khan: the master mover who redefined dance
by Judith Mackrell on May 22, 2018
When Akram Khan was complimented by Mikhail Baryshnikovon the beauty of his dancing, it was one of the proudest but most ambivalent moments of his career. “Misha said he really admired the quality of my stillness,” Khan recalls.... Read full article
by Brian Seibert on April 27, 2018
Carlos Acosta on his new Cuban dance company: 'I want to bring them to the world..
by Brian Seibert on April 27, 2018
The career synopsis of the Cuban born dancer Carlos Acosta reads like a fairy tale. As a dark-skinned boy from an especially poor part of Havana, he was forced to audition for the national ballet school by his father, who wanted him off the streets. ... 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 Jim Seton on February 22, 2018
Northern Ballet adaptation of Jane Eyre is coming to Leeds
by Jim Seton on February 22, 2018
Jane Eyre will dance into audiences’ hearts in Northern Ballet’s stage adaptation of Charlotte Brontë’s classic novel. Following one of literature’s most iconic heroines as she fights to find her independence and happiness, Jane Eyre is choreographed... Read full article
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