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10 June

Dutch National Ballet & ISH Dance Collective’s GRIMM ballet, choreographed by Ernst Meisner and Marco Gerris, displays a potpourri of dance styles in a fairy tale mash-up, much like Rob Marshall’s Into the Woods film. Members of the Het Nationale Ballet Junior Company perform alongside ISH Dance Collective professionals in a dynamic show that features beloved characters […]

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28 April

Raymond Sweetman is not your typical dance professional. He began dancing as an adult, transitioning into a dance career from the sports sector; and he enjoys K-pop dance as much as the more widespread dance genres of ballet and contemporary dance. As the founder of Purple A, a London-based K-pop dance group, Sweetman organizes dance events and […]

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02 March

Choreographed by Kate Prince, ‘Message in a Bottle’ follows refugees as they flee home and adjust to life in a new country – all to music composed by Sting.

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28 December

Our list of the top 19 dance shows from 2019 includes productions across many dance genres, including our favourite ballet, hip-hop, modern dance, folk dance and ballroom dance performances.

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19 October

Boy Blue came to perform at Croydon’s Fairfield Halls as part of the 2019 London Dance Umbrella festival.

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05 September

The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater pairs’ ‘Lazarus’ (by Rennie Harris) with Ailey’s magnum opus, ‘Revelations’, in a celebration of black culture.

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24 August

Although time travel isn’t possible, ZooNation’s Tales of the Turntable takes viewers on a historical musical journey through the decades. A boy and his grandfather trace the progression of hip-hop from its early origins through funk, soul and disco to house and rap. Funnily, the dance theatre piece was inspired in part by Back to the Future and Bill and […]

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25 July

Jean Paul Gaultier’s ‘Fashion Freak Show’ pulls from fashion modeling and a variety of art forms, but essentially, it’s a party – and everyone is invited.

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20 July

England’s National Youth Dance Company (NYDC), formed of 38 dancers, closed its tour of Botis Seva’s MADHEAD at Sadler’s Wells in London on 19 July. The work premiered at DanceEast in Ipswich in spring, followed by showings in Plymouth, Newcastle, Essex, Brighton and Birmingham. It’s a shame that they only performed in London one evening, but their […]

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14 June

K-pop is huge – and not just in Korea, so I ventured into a K-Pop dance class to see what the fuss is about.

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