Tuesday, 16 October, 2018
It doesn’t come much better: William Forsythe’s Quiet Evening of Dance

Language brilliant in its sharpness and clarity Read more

Reflecting on and remembering The Red Detachment of Women: Wen Hui’s Red

Documentary-dance that's full of interest Read more

Ignite by Juanjo Arqués brings Ballet Now alive: Birmingham Royal Ballet in Fire & Fury

Ignite: one of the best new ballets in Birmingham in years Read more

Carlos Acosta – A Celebration of 30 years in dance

The dance bubbles at boiling point Read more

Dans i Nord Festival

Dans i Nord Festival

Including former Pina Bausch company performer Cristiana Morganti in an evening of pure delight Read more

Remembrance: New English Ballet Theatre in an ambitious double-bill

A stunning evocation of war Read more

Sunshine and love: Birmingham Royal Ballet in La Fille mal gardée

Momoko Hirata and Mathias Dingman in Ashton's English classic Read more

Slick and entertaining with food for thought: Rosie Kay’s MK Ultra

High-octane and visually powerful Read more

Haunting and powerful: Akram Khan’s XENOS

Reflecting on humanity Read more

The First World War remembered: English National Ballet in Lest We Forget

Three ballets commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War Read more

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