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Outstanding performances in ENB’s Romeo & Juliet in-the-round

English National Ballet is reviving this season the 1998 production of Derek Deane’s Romeo & Juliet.

Romeo and Juliet, Royal Albert Hall, London – review

The second act can be surprisingly tedious but rampaging swordplay and vivid character playing gave it real dramatic force.

Romeo And Juliet: A Ballet Spectacle

There is a moment in Derek Deane’s Romeo and Juliet when everything (apart from Prokofiev’s sublime score) stands still.

Swan Lake review Dada Masilo ruffles feathers with gay remake

Sadler's Wells, London The choreographer brings comedy, carnival and African dance to a hallowed classic, and ends up with something totally new Black and white; good and evil; reality and illusion. It's easy to reduce Swan Lake to a set of diametric o

Bad Boys Rock’n The Ballet

Performing on stages from Broadway to New York Fashion Week, the US-based Bad Boys of Dance make their high-octane debut in London with Rock the Ballet.

Review: Bad Boys of Dance - Rock the Ballet - Peacock Theatre

I may not have just seen the future of ballet but this show might suggest a future for ballet.

English National Ballet – Romeo and Juliet – London

It’s a very sweet thing to see Carlos Acosta and Tamara Rojo dance Romeo and Juliet (R&J) together on the English National Ballet stage.

Romeo and Juliet at the Royal Albert Hall conjures up 'longing, passion and loss'

FRIEDEMANN VOGEL and Alina Cojocaru are utterly convincing in the world's greatest love story set to Prokofiev's intoxicating score at the Royal Albert Hall.