Meet dancer and choreographer Aakash Odedra

Dancer and choreographer, Aakash Odedra, returns to Sadler’s Wells with his own company to present an evening of

Second Hand Dance – Getting Dressed

Second Hand Dance’s choreographer Rosie Heafford writes about the inspiration and development process for children’s show Getting Dressed,

New Adventures wins International gong at The Stage Awards

Sadler’s Wells’ Resident Company New Adventures won the International award at The Stage Awards 2017. Winners were announced at a ceremony at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane last Friday. The award recognised the company’s international touring and audience engagement activities, which in 2016 included a mammoth tour of New Adventures’ Sleeping Beauty in Asia, with

New ways to save from 1 February

From 1 February 2017 our discount schemes are changing. There are now two ways to save – save

Changes to memberships from 1 February

Our members and patrons are very important to us and, over the last year, we have carried out

Meet Malta’s national dance company ZfinMalta Dance Ensemble

The national company of Malta, led by international dance artist Mavin Khoo, will be performing for the first

Breakin’ Convention: Raising awareness of real Hip Hop

Sadler’s Wells is home to Breakin’ Convention, the award-winning and critically acclaimed organisation that represents the origins and

Michael Hulls is nominated for Knight of Illumination award

Sadler’s Wells’ Associate Artist Michael Hulls has been nominated for a Knight of Illumination (KOI) award for his lighting design of Conceal / Reveal,  marking the 20th anniversary of his collaboration with choreographer Russell Maliphant. Hulls’ nomination in the Dance category of this year’s KOI Awards  comes as part of the shortlist announcement made today. Besides his

What happens when fashion meets dance

Sadler’s Wells’ production Gravity Fatigue, created by designer Hussein Chalayan in collaboration with choreographer Damien Jalet in 2015, is featured in a brand new video exploring what happens when fashion and dance meet. The video has been released as part of Arts Council England’s digital initiative Canvas, which  aims to engage new and young audiences with

Sadler’s Wells has a Big Lunch in the Park

On Sunday 5 June, Sadler’s Wells joined  the Big Lunch celebrations by presenting dance to a large audience in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Over 8,000 people took part in the Big Lunch in the Park event in east London, enjoying a picnic, performances and free activities for all the family. As part of the day, Sadler’s Wells presented

Sadler’s Wells signs up as Fit to Dance Space

Sadler’s Wells has joined a number of dance venues in adopting the Fit to Dance Space Charter, a new standard

Sadler’s Wells hosts EU referendum debate

In the run up to the EU referendum on 23 June, we invited four high-profile speakers to make their case in a public debate at Sadler’s Wells on 23 May. Former Deputy Mayor for Culture Munira Mirza and Dr Peter Chadha, Deputy Chairman of Business for Britain, London, argued for Brexit, while Shadow Leader of the

National Youth Dance Company celebrates Get Creative Day at Sadler’s Wells

On 2 April, hundreds of arts and cultural organisations in the UK marked Get Creative Day. Part of the BBC’s Get Creative campaign, the event celebrated and encouraged participation in arts, culture and creativity across the country. At Sadler’s Wells, National Youth Dance Company members invited people to join them in the foyer for a group

Sadler’s Wells, The Lowry and Birmingham Hippodrome form new partnership

Sadler’s Wells, The Lowry and Birmingham Hippodrome have joined forces in a new collaborative producing partnership, supported by an Arts Council England’s Ambition for Excellence fund, to develop and deliver an ambitious programme of high-quality large-scale dance. The Movement is a dynamic partnership among three of the country’s leading dance venues. Through a two-year pilot