This summer, from 16 - 26 June, English National Ballet presents Solstice, a programme of repertoire highlights, at the Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall. Solstice features excerpts from the … [Read more...] about English National Ballet’s new programme ‘Solstice’
Marking its first live performances to theatre audiences for over a year, English National Ballet returns to the stage on Monday 17 May with Reunion at Sadler’s Wells, London. Reunion sees ENB … [Read more...] about English National Ballet returns to the stage with ‘Reunion’
This Cinderella combines intimacy and spectacle. In a space as vast as the Albert Hall it would be easy to lose focus, and for the action and visuals to wax muddy or arid. That rarely happens. The … [Read more...] about Photo Album: Wheeldon’s Cinderella – English National Ballet
It was a strange feeling that all the work a person can do in their lifetime, seven days a week of dedicating your life, goes out the window and is not even mentioned, is put aside for a headline. It … [Read more...] about Interview with ENB Principal Isaac Hernandez : I’m dreaming of seeing real change
Today’s The Times has dedicated an article to ballet, and featured it not in the Culture section but on its front pages. Good news? Not really. “English National Ballet has lost a third of its … [Read more...] about Tamara Rojo and Isaac Hernández: “a possible conflict of interest”?
Dasa Wharton took her camera to the London Coliseum to capture the English National Ballet's latest double bill: Song of the Earth and La Sylphide Song of the Earth Choreography – Kenneth … [Read more...] about Photo Album: English National Ballet dances Song of the Earth and La Sylphide
Youth America Grand Prix celebrates Julio Bocca on his 50th Birthday, as part of its Legends in Dance series, this Friday, 14 April. An exciting programme sees Luciana Paris and Marcelo Gomes in My … [Read more...] about Julio Bocca talks about his emotional 50th Birthday Gala in New York this Friday
Wayne McGregor's 'Chroma', created for The Royal Ballet in 2006, has crossed the Atlantic thanks to San Francisco Ballet. In London the work was an instant triumph. Debra Craine for The Times … [Read more...] about McGregor’s ‘Chroma’ arrives in San Francisco: “a series of astonishing lifts, upturning bodies like saltshakers”