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Darcey Bussell interview: 'I've had my time. They don't need me back'

Darcey Bussell tried to live without ballet, but she missed it 'big time'. Now she encouraging others to dance, she tells Sarah Rainey

Lord of the Flies, The Lowry, Salford, review

Matthew Bourne's rendering of Lord of the Flies as dance is an extraordinary twist on an old tale, says Sarah Crompton

Kings of the Dance, London Coliseum, review

Ivan Vasiliev leads the way in Kings of the Dance, a breathtaking all-male ballet show making its UK debut, says Rachel Ward

Kings of the Dance review - 'Descends into a vanity project'

London Coliseum Despite the all-star ensemble, talent and testosterone can't make up for a lack of taste - not to mention more compelling choreography There may be sufficient talent and testosterone on stage for this all-star ensemble to justify crownin

Kings Of The Dance, London Coliseum

London Coliseum: Bringing Kings Of The Dance back to London for too short a run, Nacho Duato's Remanso opens the evening - a piece with a touch of the Mats Ek about it, with a light, graceful polish to the deep plie stances and criss-cross hand gestures.

Pilobolus: Shadowland review - ingenious shapes in search of a story

Peacock theatre, London This shadowplay story of a young girl's journey through a strange and terrifying night could have done with more narrative For over 40 years, Pilobolus have been serving up their peculiar brand of stage magic: gymnastically ben

Rambert Dance Company: What Wild Ecstasy - Spring Tour

Mark Baldwin's modern-day take on Nijinsky's 100 year old L'Après-midi d'un faune. Set to a pulsing and feral score by Gavin Higgins, commissioned as part of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad. What Wild Ecstasy had its world première in Aberdeen on 15 Februar

The Nutcracker, English National Ballet, review

A muddled production of Tchaikovsky's great ballet takes time to win you over