In conversation with Ivan Putrov, the Man in Motion

We spoke to international Ballet superstar Ivan Putrov about Men in Motion, his latest production exploring the changing


The Lowry, Salford, Birmingham Hippodrome and Sadler’s Wells have formed a partnership called The Movement to programme high-quality

The Movement – Acosta Danza Social Mover Review

Evelyn Francourt is one of four London-based Social Movers for The Movement  – an Arts Council funded partnership

Watch National Youth Dance Company perform in Hull for The Guardian

National Youth Dance Company (NYDC) took sequences from their latest production Tarantiseismic, choreographed by Damien Jalet, to various locations around Hull, this year’s UK city of culture. We love the resulting video, created in partnership with The Guardian.

Figuring It Out: Michael Johnson on his Producing and Touring Internship

On the last day of his internship, Michael Johnson reflects on his six-month experience in the Producing &

12 Things You Didn’t Know About La Bayadère

This October ground-breaking choreographer Shobana Jeyasingh brings Bayadère – The Ninth Life to the Sadler’s Wells stage. This

UK Theatre Awards 2017 Nominations

We’re very excited to announce that we have been nominated for UK Theatre’s Award for Achievement in Marketing/Audience

In conversation with Rosie Kay

Rosie Kay is the founder of Birmingham-based Rosie Kay Dance Company. This September her company will perform the

Family shows: From the page to the stage

Nothing beats the magic of seeing favourite characters appear live on stage, and this season we have some

Lilian Baylis Studio: Fertile ground for new perspectives

Dance as a contemporary art form is a relatively young affair. Since the 1960’s breakthroughs, its shape seems