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Northern Ballet perform David Nixon's Cinderella at the Festival Theatre in Edinburgh

I may hold a minority position here, but for me David Nixon’s Cinderella was the most entertaining and enjoyable interpretation of the much-loved fairytale I have ever seen.

Edward Scissorhands - New Adventures - UK Tour

Matthew Bourne's delightful adaptation of the classic Tim Burton motion picture is a treat for all the family. Featuring the beautiful and unmistakable theme music by Danny Elfman and additional score by Terry Davies this touching lovestory tells the bitt

Choreographics - English National Ballet - The Barbican

English National Ballet invites five company members to take the choreographic lead for a showcase that places emerging talent centre stage. Charged with devising new work in response to the Great War, the aspiring choreographers collaborate with five com

Kings of the Dance, Coliseum, London – review

Ivan Vasiliev’s commanding performance in ‘Le Jeune Homme et la Mort’ is the evening’s highlight.

Kings of the Dance review - perfect pecs mask faint hearts

The jewelled matrons were ecstatic, but this meeting of five hot ballet boys was sadly thin on choreography.

Northern Ballet puts a new spin on Cinderella

Set in imperial Russia, this magical production adds more layers, says Kelly Apter.

Kings of the Dance - The Coliseum

In 2006, Kings of the Dance had its world premiere at Segerstrom Center for the Arts followed by its East Coast Premiere at New York City Center. Now, the critically-acclaimed Kings of the Dance makes its London debut showcasing the phenomenal artistry, s

Kings of the Dance in London: An Interview with Roberto Bolle

Kings of the Dance, a programme that seeks to showcase the artistry, style and power of some of today’s most celebrated male dancers – think Marcelo Gomes, Leonid Sarafanov and Ivan Vasiliev - has been on the road since 2006. Yet, surprisingly, this i


English National Ballet’s first ever season at the Barbican Theatre, opens on Wednesday 2 April with Lest We Forget, a new programme of works marking the centenary of the First World War – and promises to be a landmark for the company.

Lest We Forget - English National Ballet - Barbican

Award-winning British contemporary choreographers Akram Khan, Russell Maliphant and up-and-coming classical ballet choreographer Liam Scarlett have each been commissioned to create new work to reflect the moving and powerful impact of the First World War