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BalletBoyz: the Talent, Linbury Studio, review: 'lacks variety'

This programme doesn't show these dancers at their considerable best, says Sarah Crompton.

BalletBoyz: The Talent review mesmeric Wheeldon and murmuring Whitley

The dancers rise to the choreographers challenges in this mixed programme, which includes a dark and mythic piece by Kristen McNally.

BalletBoyz - The Talent , Linbury Studio Theatre, London

More tightly integrated than their previous outing, there is an organic, holistic feel to this triple bill, as if each choreographer worked from the same blueprint.

The Murmuring/ Metheus/ Mesmerics, BalletBoyz, Linbury Studio Theatre

The fabulous dancers known as BalletBoyz The Talent 2014 looked so at home in the Royal Opera House’s Linbury Studio Theatre last night that it was hard to believe they had never performed there before.

The Murmuring/Metheus/Mesmerics, BalletBoyz, Linbury Studio Theatre

The fabulous dancers known as BalletBoyz The Talent 2014 looked so at home in the Royal Opera House’s Linbury Studio Theatre last night that it was hard to believe they had never performed there before.

Northern Ballet: Dracula review lashings of gothic coupling

Javier Torress Count may be a touch too wholesome, but theres plenty of heaving bosoms and dripping fangs to entertainIn his production of Dracula for Northern Ballet, choreographer-director David Nixon gives us the vampire as hard-bodied sex symbol. Inde

The Elixir Festival, Sadler's Wells, review, 'inspirational'

A performance by retired dancers showed that dance is good for you whatever your age.

Northern Ballet – Dracula – Leeds

Tobias Batley as Dracula and Martha Leebolt as Mina in Dracula.© Justin Slee. (Click image for larger version) Northern Ballet Dracula Leeds, West Yorkshire Playhouse 9 September 2014 northernballet.com www.wyp.org.uk I’m still sorry that No

Review: Matthew Bourne's Lord of the Flies (Tour - Liverpool)

Carole Baldock is enthralled by Matthew Bourne's dance interpretation of a classic novel.

Dracula

Northern Ballet has revived its splendid and popular Dracula, first performed by the company in 2005, with an atmospheric and eclectic staging sure to satisfy aficionados and thrill newcomers to the form.