The countdown begins until Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo (known as The Trocks), the multi-award winning all-male, comedy ballet company, returns to the UK and receives its Ireland premiere this autumn during an eight-week, twelve-venue tour. It will begin at The Peacock in London on 11 September and concludes at Grand Opera House in Belfast on 3 November.
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After a sensational UK premiere in 2017, Taj Express returns to London’s Peacock Theatre from Tuesday 2 October – Saturday 20 October 2018. Following a successful tour of America, the production will return from Film City, Mumbai, bringing the kaleidoscopic colours of India into the heart of London’s West End.
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Alexandra Burke will join the West End cast of CHICAGO at the Phoenix Theatre, playing the role of Roxie Hart from Monday 13 August until Saturday 14 October. She will join Martin Kemp as Billy Flynn, Mazz Murray as Mama Morton, Josefina Gabrielle as Velma Kelly and Paul Rider as Amos Hart. Martin Kemp will be staying in the London production of CHICAGO until 1 September.
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This Autumn-Winter season, English National Ballet presents four critically acclaimed productions: Lest We Forget, Manon, Swan Lake, and Nutcracker. The season will run from 20 September 2018 – 20 January 2019.
To commemorate the end of the First World War, English National Ballet’s acclaimed Lest We Forget programme returns to Sadler’s Wells, London, in September 2018, opening the company’s 2018/2019 season. Featuring three poignant works, Lest We Forget reflects on the experiences of those who fought in the conflict, and those who stayed behind. Drawing on superb design and evocative scores, choreographers Liam Scarlett, Russell Maliphant and Akram Khan have created dance pieces full of unforgettable and haunting images. Continue reading English National Ballet’s Autumn – Winter season
The Broadway production of Les Misérables is set to tour the UK this year, with the show opening at Curve Leicester before heading to venues throughout the country. A hugely popular and long-running show in its own right, the touring production of Les Misérables will enable even more audiences to see the musical, outside of London and away from Broadway. Continue reading Les Misérables Broadway production to tour the UK
In exciting news for the theatre industry, director Dominic Cooke has confirmed that the National Theatre production of Stephen Sondheim’s Follies will return to the stage next year. For many, the recent Follies run was short-lived and deserved a longer stint at the National Theatre on London’s Southbank. With the return of the musical later this year, it means that many more audience members will be able to see this acclaimed production. Continue reading Follies to return
The highly anticipated The Bodyguard UK tour dates and venues have been announced, to the delight of fans across the country. The production will open at the end of the year, before embarking on a new UK tour. Continue reading The Bodyguard UK tour dates and venues announced
The dance sector has again been well recognised in Her Majesty The Queen’s New Year’s Honours list. Dance is hugely diverse, and the awards demonstrate how strong dance’s contribution to culture is. Continue reading Dance in Her Majesty The Queen’s New Year’s Honours list
DanceEast is set to offer a vibrant line-up of performances and workshops at the Jerwood DanceHouse as part of its Spring season. Running from January through to May, the upcoming season demonstrates DanceEast’s commitment to providing opportunities to support artists at every stage of their careers, as well as developing dance within the community. Continue reading DanceEast’s Spring season
Birmingham Royal Ballet has announced its first ever relaxed performance, adding to the fast-growing repertoire of relaxed performances staged across London and the rest of the country. The relaxed performance will take place on 20 February 2018 at the Birmingham Hippodrome; it will have a shorter running time than usual, with changes to lighting, sound and seating to make the performance and auditorium a more inviting and welcoming space. Continue reading Birmingham Royal Ballet’s first relaxed performance