Gfest - Gaywise Festival

Since being founded in 2007 by arts charity Wise Thoughts, this festival has become a major annual event in the cultural calandar. This year's theme is myths and mythology which seeks to explore commonly held ideas and misconceptions surrounding LGBTQI co

Currency Festival - The Place

Currency festival brings the most bonkers performance from across Europe to the stage for a full-on four days that guarantee to entertain, provoke, and pleasure your senses. Taking in fetish and roleplay, alternative circus, absurd spectacle, beer drin

Feature: Kenrick Sandy & Michael Asante on the return of 'The Five...'

The Five and the Prophecy of Prana ,Boy Blue’s epic production combining hip hop, martial arts and manga inspired video animation is back at the Barbican for four shows next month.

Interview: Mark Smith - deaf man dancing

Choreographer Mark Smith is a movement director, dance teacher and workshop leader.

Akram Khan & Israel Galvan: Torobaka - Sadler's Wells

Performed for the first time in the UK, TOROBAKA takes its name from a Maori-inspired phonetic poem by Tristan Tzara. The bull (toro) and the cow (vaca) are sacred animals in the dancers’ two traditions and represent the coming together of dance styles.

Kristen McNally: how I made Metheus with the BalletBoyz

When Michael Nunn and Billy Trevitt asked me to be the first female choreographer to work with the 10 men in their company, I didn't know where to begin, writes Kristen McNally.

BalletBoyz the Talent 2014

In 1999 Michael Nunn and William Trevitt started a revolution.

Review: The 7 Fingers - Sequence 8 - Peacock Theatre

The 7 Fingers share the same Quebecois origins as Cirque du Soleil, being established in the latter’s home city of Montreal a dozen years’ ago by a collective of circus performers who had all honed their experience through the big-brother brand.

Feature: Nordic dance in the spotlight

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, which opens this week an

KnowBody review dance that makes ageing look fun

With inspirations ranging from Pina Bausch to Frida Kahlo, this event for older dancers flaunted wrinkles and reading glasses in a joyous and poetic display.