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Gallery – English National Ballet – Coppelia in the studio

English National Ballet’s London season ends with their much loved version of Coppelia. If you’ve seen it before you know your need to succumb to it sunny charms again and if you haven’t you are in for a happy treat.

Shiori Kase – First Soloist, English National Ballet

ENB first soloist Shiori Kase is on a roll – only yesterday promoted to First Soloist, she’s just won a Gold Medal at the prestigious Jackson International Ballet Competition in the USA (Johan Kobborg, to name but one, was an earlier Jackson winner) a

Northern Light: A Season of Nordic Dance - Sadler's Wells

Northern Light is a celebration of Nordic dance, showcasing a range of artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Sweden and Norway performing across Sadler's Wells, the Lilian Baylis Studio and the Platform Theatre in Kings Cross.

Diaghilev's opera-ballet Le Coq d'Or returns to life

It was like going on the journey from Kansas to the Land of Oz. After dank, dark drizzle on the streets outside, the scene inside the London Coliseum suddenly transformed into dazzling and vivid colour for this famous fairy-tale by Russian poet Alexander

New English Ballet Theatre review mixed programme yields mixed results

Kristen McNally's new work Mad Women is surprising and sharp, but other new choreography here doesn't match the young company's ambition.

Tryst - Devotion and Betrayal - Peacock Theatre, London

This varied and compelling evening opens with a performance of Orbital Motion, choreographed by The Royal Ballet’s Valentino Zucchetti, set to music by Philip Glass. This programme also includes brand new work from The Royal Ballet’s Kristen McNally a

Tryst - Devotion and Betrayal , Peacock Theatre, London

Peacock Theatre, London: Following its successful debut in 2012, New English Ballet Theatre returns for a second season at the Peacock Theatre with a mixed bill of new work. Read the full review

NDT1, Sadler's Wells, review: 'I could have stayed home with a nice cup of cocoa'

Nederlands Dans Theater 1's latest is aimless, says Mark Monahan

High octane street dance in Rock The Ballet at the Peacock Theatre

LEAVE artistic expectations at the door to fully appreciate this display of raw style, energy and muscle.

Swan Lake, Dada Masilo, Sadler's Wells

There are all sorts of companies and shows out there that claim to “rock” the ballet, or otherwise shake up, take down or reinvent an art form that, they imply, is (breathe it softly, the dirty word) elitist, or at least irrelevant.