Dance

Dance 'Til Dawn Aldwych Theatre Winter 2014-2015

Dance 'Til Dawn is a beautiful, inventive, colourful and witty piece of dance theatre, and a thoroughly entertaining evening.

Triple Bill: 'This company is on a roll'

A TAD clever and a shade self conscious it may be but company dancer Liam Scarlett's latest, The Age Of Anxiety, is more than just another rung up the choreographic ladder.

Behind the madness at the tea party: choreographer Kate Prince psychoanalyses Alice's adventures for her new dance show

For her new hip hop show, choreographer Kate Prince put some of Lewis Carroll’s most colourful characters on the couch — she tells Lyndsey Winship what she found inside their heads.

The Mad Hatter's Tea Party - Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House

Psychotherapist Ernest arrives at an antiquated mental health hospital on his first job after graduating from the Institution of Proper Appropriate Behaviour. He's assigned to the patients in West Wing Ward W – all of whom claim to come from a place cal

Review: Rambert - Triptych: Baldwin, Jeyasingh, Page - Sadler's Wells

The idea of exploration and journeys of discovery unites Triptych, Rambert’s new triple bill.

Triptych , Sadler's Wells, London

The dwindling numbers of audience members returning to their seats after parts one and two of Rambert's triple bill, speaks volumes.

Manchester International Festival 2015

The first productions for 2015’s Manchester International Festival (MIF15) have been announced, including a new ballet by Wayne McGregor, starring Paris Opéra étoiles Aurélie Dupont, Marie-Agnès Gillot and Jérémie Bélingard.

Manchester International Festival 2015

The Manchester International Festival returns in 2015 with shows such as Tree of Codes (a new contemporary ballet directed and choreographed by Wayne McGregor), The Age of Starlight and The Tale of Mr Tumble. It is the fifth edition of the festival fi

Review: Currency - Julia Christ / Agata Maszkiewicz - The Place

The creative format of Currency at The Place enables opportunities for both artists and audience members to engage, debate and exchange ideas about current performance making.

Review: Royal Ballet - Ceremony Of Innocence / The Age Of Anxiety / Aeternum – Royal Opera House

W. H. Auden’s 1946, Pulitzer Prize winning long poem The Age Of Anxiety – which inspired Leonard Bernstein’s Symphony No.2 – captured the mood of a fractured, frightened post-war society.