Wednesday, 16 October, 2019
Beer, a pounding beat and barrel loads of energy: Frédérick Gravel’s Some Hope for the Bastards

Intensely precise. Relentless Read more

New dance in Taipei: ‘Micro Dance’ by Tien Hsiao-tzu, Cheng Hao, Sun Pin-wen

Concept very much to the fore Read more

Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch in …como el musquito en la piedra, ay, si, si, si…

A reflection of the humankind’s insights and behaviours Read more

A ballet of endless questioning: Shakespeare Sonnets by Hamburg Ballet

Searching out complex emotions Read more

Saying goodbye: Richard Alston’s Final Edition

An evening of mixed emotions Read more

Solidly traditional: Birmingham Royal Ballet in Giselle

Dark and gloomy Read more

Marius Petipa: The Emperor’s Ballet Master

Depth of research is impressive Read more

Northern Ballet’s colourful Russian Cinderella

Colourful and entertaining Read more

That’s Life: Sinatra and Tharp in an evening of moods and emotions at Birmingham Royal Ballet

Plus Jack Lister's new A Brief Nostalgia and Ballet Black in The Suit Read more

Big, bold, tender: English National Ballet in Akram Khan’s Giselle

Huge broad sweeps of the choreographic brush Read more

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