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 May.
This sticky, slippy, slidey performance is a surreal take on motherhood by choreographer Frauke Requardt. It's inspired by the tyranny of toddlers (Again! Again! Again!) as well as the gentler moments of being a mum. Look out for special baby-friendly performances, too, where you can bring sprogs of your own along.
This mixed bill from The Royal Ballet is stuffed with old and new works designed to push its dancers to their limits. It includes the premiere of 'Symphonic Dances', a ballet by rising star Liam Scarlett that's set to Rachmaninoff’s fiendishly intense final work.