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Romeo and Juliet: Carlos Acosta and Tamara Rojo are star-crossed dancers

English National Ballet's arena-style production of Shakespeare's tragedy is staged at the Royal Albert Hall Continue reading...

Romeo and Juliet, Royal Albert Hall, review: Carlos Acosta dances with ardent clarity

Stellar performances rise above the bustle of English National Ballet

Romeo and Juliet , Royal Albert Hall

English National Ballet director Tamara Rojo scored a major coup when she persuaded her former Royal Ballet partner to dance Romeo opposite her Juliet at the Royal Albert Hall.

Interview: Adrienne Canterna

Adrienne Canterna is the choreographer and only female artist dancing in Rock the Ballet, the show she has developed with Director (and husband) Rasta Thomas for their New York based company, The Bad Boys of Dance.

Rock the Ballet - Bad Boys of Dance - Peacock Theatre, Sadler's Wells

Rasta Thomas’ Rock The Ballet, starring the Bad Boys of Dance, makes its London debut after taking the USA, Australia and Europe by storm. Hailing from New York, Rock The Ballet is a fusion of classic ballet technique blended with the excitement of musi

Review: Royal Ballet - Connectome / The Dream / The Concert - Royal Opera House

June is bustin’ out all over this amusing mixed programme, which signals both the beginning of summer and the bell for the last lap of The Royal Ballet’s 2013/14 season.

Royal Ballet: The Dream/Connectome/The Concert review laughs, science and a familiar formula

Alastair Marriott's Connectome clothes a dated approach in scientific trappings, but Steven McRae shines in Ashton's Dream and Jerome Robbins provides light relief.

Mixed Programme, Royal Ballet, review: 'playful'

The Royal Ballet's Mixed Programme, featuring The Dream, Connectome and The Concert, had some extraordinary, if frustrating, moments, says Mark Monahan.

Royal Ballet review – Connectome is a scientific breakthrough on stage

Alastair Marriott's neuroscience-themed work holds its own against revivals of The Concert and The Dream.