Contemporary

Review: Ivan Blackstock - A Harlem Dream - Young Vic

Part The Great Gatsby, part downtown Lagos, the Young Vic’s tiny Maria space has a new identity for Dance Umbrella’s co-commissioned show: A Harlem Dream.

Rambert: Triptych - Sadler's Wells

From underground depths to the outer-reaches of the cosmos, Rambert's new show takes you inside a series of unique worlds. They spring from the imaginations of three of British dance's most distinctive artists and are inhabited by the company's world-clas

A Harlem Dream, Young Vic, review: 'snappy storytelling'

This imaginative tale of Deep South dancers marks rising star Ivan Blackstock as a man to watch, says Sarah Crompton.

A Harlem Dream Electrifies

Hip hop and lindy hop: two of the world’s most incredible dances, both born out of Harlem and the Bronx.

A Harlem Dream - Young Vic, London

The Harlem Renaissance collides with contemporary hip hop in this daring new show from BirdGang’s Ivan Blackstock. A timeless story of forbidden love and betrayal is told through popping, locking, lindy hopping and burlesque, featuring an eclectic scor

Dad Dancing - Battersea Arts Centre

Three brave father's have agreed to dance alongside their daughters who have choreographed this show. It explores father and child relationships by using joyous and contemporary choreography.

Review: Lord of the Flies (Sadler's Wells)

New Adventures and Re:Bourne have created a stunning dance interpretation of Golding's dark novel.

Neil Callaghan: Transforming Matter - Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler's Wells

Neil Callaghan makes work between dance and theatre. Since 2002 he has been creating performances both as a solo artist and in collaborations, including the Sadler’s Wells commission Electric Hotel by David Rosenberg and Frauke Requardt. His programme T

Lord of the Flies, Sadler’s Wells, London

Amateurs and professionals perform a triumphant dance-drama adaptation of Golding’s novel.

Lord of the Flies, Matthew Bourne's New Adventures, Sadler's Wells

New Adventures, the name of Matthew Bourne's company, has a ruddy-cheeked, Boys’ Own ring to it that has – until now – been rather belied by his oeuvre, which includes a dance version of Edward Scissorhands, as well as dark retellings of all the tra