Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games - UK Tour

For the final time Michael Flatley takes to the West End stage before a UK tour running to April next year. This staging of his most popular show is based on a classic tale of good vs. evil expressed through dance. It is the story of Little Spirit who

Lord of the Dance, review: 'Flatley's still a star - confident, driven and ruthlessly self-promoting'

Michael Flatley, king of Irish dancing, is back and as great as ever, says Laura Thompson.

Seeta Patel: Something Then, Something Now - Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler's Wells

UK born and raised dance artist Seeta Patel has been championing the Indian classical dance style of Bharatanatyam for many years. She has done so alongside forging a distinctive career in contemporary dance, performing with companies including DV8 Physic

Akram Khan's Gnosis whirs with energy Edinburgh festival 2014 review

The charismatic showman, dancer and choreographer reigns in this spectacular programme of classical Indian dance.

Gnosis, Akram Khan, King's Theatre, Edinburgh

In keeping with the trends of recent years, the Edinburgh International Festival is showcasing a small but eclectic dance programme, light on classical ballet and heavy on contemporary, international and fusion.

It takes two to tango: why Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace's dancing partnership is stronger than ever

Strictly Come Dancing made their names but tore them apart as a couple. Now the partnership of Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace is purely professional, they tell Lyndsey Winship, as they prepare for their new West End show.

Cubanía review Carlos Acosta brings Havana to Covent Garden

Carlos Acosta's attempt to link his two homes doesn't quite work, but still he dances a dream.

Carlos Acosta – Cubania – London

We all like Carlos Acosta, the original boy without shoes who made good in the performing high arts and is celebrated the world over.

Cubanía, Royal Opera House, London

Energetic but predictable, this mixed programme from Carlos Acosta showcasing the contemporary dance of his homeland was indeed mixed in quality.

Carlos Acosta: Cubanía review eloquent, electrifying and hokey

The Cuban superstar's mixed bill oscillates between transfixing works and less engaging pieces.