Matthew Paluch sees Thick & Tight’s ‘Tits and Teeth – a retrospective of a dazzling career’ – “They’re one of a kind… It’s really something to behold.”
Acosta Danza brings its Spectrum programme to the Royal Opera House’s Linbury Theatre – some weak choreography but exceptional dancers.
BRB2 is a new initiative where Birmingham Royal Ballet seeks out some of the best young ballet graduates from around the world to join a two-year performance programme.
Jonathan Gray sees “the wonderful guest artist Brooklyn Mack, who was making his London debut as Prince Siegfried” in ENB’s Swan Lake.
Pam Tanowitz’s second world premiere for The Royal Ballet this Season is part of a special programme in the Linbury Theatre.
Matthew Paluch raves about Julie Cunningham’s must-see show ‘how did we get here?’ – “With work of this calibre, I get greedy. I want to see it all the time.”
The Prix de Lausanne 2023 50th anniversary complete programme, and the lineup for the Gala of the Stars
Not Standing’s ‘Through the Grapevine’: “as the work develops their ongoing proximity and related intimacy starts to feel like a necessary choice.”
Franco Zeffirelli was born in 1923. La Scala anticipates the celebration of his centenary with the exhibition “Franco Zeffirelli – The La Scala Years”.
Jonathan Gray sees Derek Deane’s “straight-forward version of the ballet” lacking in lyrical fluency for English National Ballet.
New York City Ballet Principal Dancer Jared Angle will give his final performance with New York City Ballet on 4 February 2023.
After 35 years, The Australian Ballet returns to the Royal Opera House in London in August 2023 as part of its 60th-anniversary celebrations.
On 28 and 29 January 2023 in Rome the latest edition of the annual Les Étoiles gala will offer two programmes for the first time.
Nicoletta Manni and Timofej Andrijashenko lead an excellent cast in Nureyev’s Nutcracker at La Scala.
Alexei Ratmansky will join the New York City Ballet in August 2023 as Artist in Residence.
Denis Vieira passed away on 29 December 2022 in Nicosia, Cyprus, following an accident at home when he fell and hit his head. He was 31 years old.
It is written with love for John Cranko but does not shy away from noting his insecurities, nor from stating that not all his ballets were works of genius.
Bruno was a dancer of modest height with a fast dynamic, a physical quality that matched his personality.
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