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Ballet

Romeo & Juliet - Royal Albert Hall

Derek Deane's epic production, drenched in passion and tragedy, with Prokofiev's evocative and powerful score at its heart, has been universally acclaimed by critics and audiences alike. From the lavish masked ball that brings together the two rival fa

The Dream/Connectome/The Concert

If the term ‘computational neuroscience’ in the programme notes for Alastair Marriott’s Connectome makes the heart sink, it is buoyed by the actual performance.

The Wind in the Willows - Vaudeville Theatre

Kenneth Grahame's classic tale is brought to life by Will Tuckett, marking a return to the West End for the show. The adventures of Toad, Ratty, Mole and Badger was first seen at the Royal Opera House before it transferred to the Duchess Theatre in De

Royal Ballet – Dream, Connectome, Concert – London

In the Royal Ballet’s last programme for this season two old favourites frame the first performances of Alastair Marriott’s latest work, Connectome.

Matthew Bourne's Lord of the Flies is a hit in Inverness

Director and choreographer Matthew Bourne has a reputation for delivering exciting and innovative dance productions, and Lord of the Flies, which opened at the Eden Court Theatre in Inverness on Wednesday was certainly no exception.

Connectome, Royal Opera House, London – review

Alastair Marriott’s choreographic portrait of grief is all but overwhelmed by its own stage design.

Royal Ballet: The Dream/Connectome/The Concert

This lively Royal Ballet triple bill is a bit like a bag of Revels: at times you get a soft, pleasing cream maybe followed by somthing unexpectedly chewy. Fortunately this means there is something for everyone.

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

A world premiere and two comic masterpieces make this a delightful evening of exuberant humour and flights of fancy.

English National Ballet – Choreographics 2014 – London

Once a year English National Ballet do a full-on job of investing in their young dancer-choreographers – they get a chance to work with a composer to generate a custom score, the mentorship of Kerry Nicholls and a dollop of money for special costumes to

Scottish Ballet – Romeo and Juliet – London

Krzysztof Pastor’s Romeo and Juliet for Scottish Ballet is a bit of all right.