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A few Shakespeare plays have been a rich source of inspiration for choreographers but, until now, The Winter’s Tale has remained untouched by ballet.

The Winter's Tale, Royal Ballet, Covent Garden, review

Christopher Wheeldon's extraordinary three-act version of The Winter's Tale feels like something entirely new, says Sarah Crompton.

The Winter’s Tale, Royal Opera House, London – review

A skilful dance-theatre adaptation of Shakespeare by Christopher Wheeldon.

A Monstrous Wrong Undone in a Blaze of Pastoral Passion

In the Bohemia scene in the Royal Ballet’s new full-length “The Winter’s Tale,” the very air feels abundantly fresh.

The Winter’s Tale, Royal Opera House, ballet review

The Winter’s Tale, Christopher Wheeldon’s new work for The Royal Ballet, is half rushed, half lush.

Royal Ballet: The Winter's Tale review – 'A game-changer for Wheeldon' Royal Opera House, London

Christopher Wheeldon rises to the challenge of translating Shakespeare into dance, creating one of most fully achieved story ballets to be staged at Covent Garden in years.

The Winter's Tale review – 'a ballet to keep'

For Christopher Wheeldon and for British ballet, everything was hanging on his new full-length work The Winter's Tale. Happily, for the most part it's a ravishing success

Les Rendezvous | Kin. | Elite Syncopations - Birmingham Royal Ballet - Tour

This breathtaking programme presents a thrilling programme featuring works by two of the greats of British ballet, Sir Frederick Ashton and Sir Kenneth MacMillan, alongside an exciting new work from upcoming choreographer Alexander Whitley, all performed

London Children's Ballet: Nanny McPhee - Peacock Theatre, Sadler's Wells

London Children’s Ballet returns with a stunning ballet adaptation of Emma Thompson’s blockbuster film, Nanny McPhee. Packed with humour, fiendish trickery and budding romance, the story tells of a father with seven unruly children in desperate need o