It's been a whopping 25 years since Mexico's national dance company have performed on London's stages. They mix Mexico's dance heritage with contemporary movement to create a showstopping spectacle of colour.
It's big, bold and the sound may melt your ears. David Bintley creates an epic staging, inspired by satirical writings by medieval priests to the impossibly dramatic sounds of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana. Birmingham Royal Ballet perform the piece alongside George Balanchine's 'Serenade'.
English National Ballet return with this bill that was a hit at the Barbican in 2014. 'Lest We Forget' is inspired by the centenary of the WW1 and includes 'Dust' by Akram Khan, Russell Maliphant's 'Second Breath' and Liam Scarlett's 'No Man's Land'.
Versatile and technically brilliant dancer Diana Vishneva stages the UK premiere of two works commissioned specially for her. 'Woman in a Room' is inspired by the films of Tarkovsky and is a journey into the life of one woman, while 'Switch' is a pas de trois by Jean-Christophe Maillot.
Looking for classical ballet in 2015? You could certainly do worse than the Royal Ballet's staging of Frederick Ashton's joyful ballet about a rural love story. Catch the likes of star ballerinas Natalia Osipova, Steven McRae and Marianela Nunez in the lead roles.
Matthew Bourne's spunky brand of dance-theatre arrives at Sadler's in 2015 in the form of this revival. It's a thrilling adaptation of Bizet's opera 'Carmen' set in a 1960s garage-diner in America.
Continuing their stint as Sadler's Wells's first ever associate ballet company, English National Ballet bring this exciting new triple bill with choreography from the likes of Jiri Kylian and William Forsythe.
Rather cheekily, the Netherlands has been keeping Christopher Wheeldon's new interpretation of 'Cinderella' to itself for the last two years. Dutch National Ballet first performed the new work in 2012 and 2015 will see its UK premiere at the London Coliseum. It's a new ballet set to Prokofiev's score.
This year's offering from the contemporary dance company is as bold as brass, and not just because they're staging the first dance work ever to feature a brass band. Tredgar Town Band provide the soundtrack to 'Dark Arteries' a look at the coal mining communities of Britain by Mark Baldwin, in a triple bill alongside work by Alexander Whitley and Lucinda Childs.
A brand new dance theatre work from Shobana Jeyasingh Dance inspired by Marius Petipa's ballet 'La Bayadere'. The intriguing fresh look at the classic ballet explores the west's fascination with the orient.
Hefty, impressive and all-male BalletBoyz premiere a new full-length work 'Young Men' choreographed by rising star Ivan Perez this January. It's a portrait of love, loss and friendships which explores the bonds that develop in war.
In 'Political Mother' he brought us booming drums; in 'Sun' cardboard cutout sheep – it's difficult to predict quite what to expect from a new piece by Israeli-born, exhilarating choreographer Hofesh Shechter, but whatever it is, it should be something to book for. This will be his first appearance at the Royal Opera House and the new piece sits within a robust triple bill.
Virginia Woolf, in a ballet? If anyone can do it, cutting-edge choreographer Wayne McGregor can. And he will, in May when he stages his first full-length work for the Royal Ballet. 'Woolf Works' draws on the modernist writer's novel 'Mrs Dalloway'.
Their iconic leader Pina Bausch may have passed on, but her spirit remains in company Tanztheater Wuppertal. In April 2015 they will bring over two of her works that have never been staged in the UK – an exciting chance to see rarely performed pieces by the master.
Alas, just like footballers, dancers can't go on forever. It's with the typical effortless grace and timing that brilliant French dancer Sylvie Guillem has exhibited on stage for the past 35 years that she now steps away. Don’t miss her swan song at Sadler’s this May.