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Call for participation in first European Dansathon!

Initiated by BNP Paribas Foundation and Maison de la Danse Lyon, Dansathon is the first European dance hackathon. Sadler’s Wells, together with Théâtre de Liège, is one of the partners to produce this 3-city event from 28 to 30 September 2018. The UK chapter will take place at Plexal at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Sadler’s Wells partners with BBC Four on new DanceWorks series

DanceWorks, four 30-minute artist-led films for broadcast on BBC Four this May as part of their forthcoming dance season, was announced at a press conference at Sadler’s Wells this morning. Co-produced with Islington-based production company ClearStory, each film in the DanceWorks series introduces the audience to a different artist: Zenaida Yanowsky, Dickson Mbi, Carlos Pons

Rashmi Becker on Dance and Disability

On 9 May, inclusive dance company Step Change Studios will present a dance showcase at Sadler’s Wells’ Lilian Baylis Studio. Founder Rashmi Becker shares her journey into inclusive dance and creating Fusion. One of my earliest memories is holding my brother’s hands and swinging side to side to music. He has a huge smile of

William Forsythe’s A Quiet Evening of Dance shorlisted for FEDORA Prize

We are delighted to announce that our new commission, William Forsythe’s A Quiet Evening of Dance, has been shortlisted for the FEDORA Van Cleef & Arpels Prize for Ballet 2018. The FEDORA Platform is a collection of cultural institutions from across Europe. We have been members of FEDORA since 2015 and we are very excited

Dance meets Virtual Reality in Celestial Motion

We are excited to announce Celestial Motion, a virtual reality dance experience, produced by The Guardian’s award-winning in-house VR team and made in association with Sadler’s Wells. The piece is the Guardian’s first arts-inspired VR experience and was directed by Shehani Fernando and produced by Anetta Jones. Choreographed by Alexander Whitley, Celestial Motion was adapted

Sadler’s Wells Nominated for National Apprenticeship Awards

We are delighted to celebrate National Apprenticeship Week 2018 with two nominations. Our Human Resources Apprentice Tiegan Hummerston,

Watch Live: Emily Molnar in conversation with Alistair Spalding

Tune in at 9.45pm this Tuesday 6 March to a post-show conversation with the Artistic Director of Ballet British Columbia, live from Sadler’s Wells. Emily Molnar will be chatting to our Artistic Director and Chief Executive, Alistair Spalding following the UK premiere of three works on our main stage. This will include Solo Echo and

TIMELINE OF THE GREAT TANGO COMPOSER: ASTOR PIAZZOLLA

With Tango After Dark set to open at The Peacock this week, we celebrate the life of the

Interview: Emily Molnar talks Ballet and British Audiences

Canada’s cutting-edge company Ballet British Columbia are heading to the UK on tour this March, premiering three new

BEST EVER STRICTLY TANGO MOMENTS

The best Tango performances can be breathtaking. The passion. The romance. The fast footwork. But few Tango couples can match the sensational German Cornejo and Gisela Galeassi, who are masters of the Argentinean artform, having performed alongside Jennifer Lopez and all over the world. As we prepare for their return to the Peacock Theatre in