This immersive, interactive dance show is all about sex-positivity. Six characters meet and flirt at a house party, swirling the audience into a stylish look at love of all kinds.
The UK's biggest festival of emerging dance artists returns for its 30th 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. 2019's line-up boasts triple bills from 81 companies. For more info, visit The Place website.
Star dancer Carlos Acosta's 2013 production of 'Don Quixote' spices up the Petipa original with some of his own choreography, including a reworking of the second act's 'gypsy' scene, and an onstage band of musicians. Now, the Royal Ballet are bringing back this witty, silly, and visually lush take on a ballet classic for Spring 2019.
This glam art deco circus show by Cirque Éloize is set in a '20s hotel. The maître d’hôtel oversees a sophisticated succession of acrobatic acts performed by bellboys, tourists, and visiting celebrities, and accompanied by an onstage band. Plus, there are bonus time-travelling jaunts into the '70s, and even to 2040. 'Hotel' marks Canadian company Cirque Éloize's 25th anniversary, and features 12 acrobats and musicians performing to Éloi Painchaud's original score.
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