Israel Galván’s brilliant Rite of Spring combines superb Flamenco technique with his own flexible and highly idiosyncratic style of dancing.
From Orfeo to the Pope, from Giulio Cesare to Philip Roth – countertenor Raffaele Pe reveals what makes him tick.
Guest author Matthew Paluch sees Bruno Beltrão’s thrilling Grupo de Rua from Brazil at Sadler’s Wells theatre in London.
A round-up of some of the critics’ views of the charismatic Tamara Rojo’s last programme as ENB director: Ek/Forsythe/Quagebeur
The 25th London Season of The Snowman (staged version) at the Peacock Theatre, London is dedicated to its creator, Raymond Briggs, who died over the summer.
Guest author Matthew Paluch sees In Side Out, a programme of works by Candoco Dance Company celebrating “30 years of inclusive practice”.
Guest author Matthew Paluch looks at celebrating 60 years of The Friends of Covent Garden in a varied programme for The Royal Ballet: A Diamond Celebration.
Ashley Bouder wrote on Instagram “Just had a board member tell me that they don’t mind the extra weight on me. But maybe it’s time I look to a new career.”
Luciana Savignano in a tango-inspired piece with arms that still ripple like heat haze over desert sands as she approaches her 80th year.
Matthew Paluch sees Julie Cunningham & Company in two works: m/y-kovsky and fire bird, both created through queer questioning and embodiment.