Tuesday, 26 January, 2021

Monumental is monumental

Monumental is monumental

No hiding for the dancers, no compromise in the music: brutal, honest, raw. Read more

Dance lacking identity: Ballet National de Marseille in Body. Dance. Nation. City.

A stand out moment was one male dancer’s use of pointe shoes Read more

Scurrying around with Jean Abreu’s Labirinto

An evening of contemporary dance, theatre, music and visual arts; twelve performances across different spaces in the museum Read more

Shakespeare meets Tang Xianzu: Coriolanus and Du Liniang

"A captivating work that reminds us of the power of cultural ties ... leaves one mesmerised" Read more

A rich and varied five hours: Hamburg Ballet’s Nijinksy Gala

Portraits in music and dance that spanned the centuries and ranged across continents Read more

Elmhurst’s Summer Syncopations

An unforgettable night that spanned a whole range of dance styles Read more

Australian Cinderella fails to catch light

"The final pas de deux serves no dramatic purpose whatsoever and just sputters on and on until it dribbles to a halt." Read more

Cojocaru’s fragile and strong Giselle in Hamburg

One of the great Giselles of our time Read more

Rambert and Garsington Opera in The Creation

Mark Baldwin's dance reach is wide, with many styles from many sources Read more

A revisionist Swan Lake for our times

A revisionist Swan Lake for our times

The Australian Ballet makes a welcome return to the London Coliseum Read more

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