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The best dance shows this month

Take your pick from the highlights of the London dance scene this month

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 February.

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Getting Dressed
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Getting Dressed

Tiny tots and grown-up fashion fans alike can enjoy 'Getting Dressed', a clothes-based show from Second Hand Dance. Choreographer Rosie Heafford has collaborated with dancers and the public to create a family performance that invites us all to be just a little more daring with our dress.

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Artsdepot , North Finchley Sunday March 12 2017
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Resolution Dance Festival
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Resolution Dance Festival

The UK's biggest festival of emerging dance artists returns for its 28th year, in collaboration with Rambert, Jackson's Lane, Grad-Lab Dance and Breakin' Convention. The bold programme spans everything from hip hop to ballet, South Asian dance to circus, with a healthy dose of experimentalism. This year's line-up boasts 26 triple bills from 78 companies. For more info, visit The Place website.

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The Place , Bloomsbury Saturday February 25 2017
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Royal Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty
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Royal Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty

Much is made of the fact that this 2006 production of 'The Sleeping Beauty' draws heavily on Royal Ballet tradition. After various attempted revamps over the decades, this version returned for its inspiration to the original 1946 Ninette de Valois production – the ballet the company chose to reopen the Royal Opera House with after the war.  

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Royal Opera House , Covent Garden Until Tuesday March 14 2017
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Blanca Li Dance Company - Robot
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Blanca Li Dance Company - Robot

Man meets machine in this witty performance by Spanish-born Blanca Li. Eight dancers and seven robotic humanoids dance together, in a hi-tech meditation on artificial intelligence and man's dependence on technology. 

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Saturday February 25 2017

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