London's dance scene is hot with high pirouettes, lithe bodies and beautiful choreography. Time Out picks the best dance pieces to catch in the capital this October.
Mug up on your ballet history with this double programme celebrating Frederick Ashton, Founder Choreographer of The Royal Ballet. 'Monotones' (1965) is an ethereal piece danced to Satie’s 'Trois Gymnopédies' while 'The Two Pigeons' (1962) explores the nature of love.Read more
Pirouetting into their autumn season with style, the Royal Opera House stage Kenneth MacMillan's much-loved definitive version of Shakespeare's tragedy 'Romeo and Juliet'. There's a raft of exciting dancers working on it, including Natalia Osipova, Steven McRae, Lauren Cuthbertson and Marianela Nunez.Read more