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Prince of the Pagodas/Birmingham Royal Ballet, Coliseum - dance review

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David Bintley’s reboot of Britten’s only full-length ballet score features a sassy octopus, four dancing seahorses and some luscious visuals

Queen opens £20million Rambert dance centre on London's South Bank

The Queen today opened a £20 million new home for the Rambert Dance Company, which will give professionals and the public the chance to perform there.

Tamara Rojo on English National Ballet’s new First World War show, Lest We Forget

Lest We Forget is not just English National Ballet’s new First World War show, star dancer and artistic director Tamara Rojo tells Lyndsey Winship, it’s a statement for the company she wants to make the best in the world

Sport Relief Strictly got me dancing once more, says 7/7 survivor Martine Wright

July 7 bombings survivor Martine Wright told today how training for a Strictly Come Dancing charity special has helped her come to terms with her injuries.

Flamenco festival, Sadler's Wells

Sara Baras, Sadler’s Wells - dance review

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Spanish star Sara Baras opens Sadler’s Wells’s annual flamenco festival with her show La Pepa, inspired by the Spanish Constitution of 1812

Mixed Bill/Ballet Black, Linbury Studio - dance review

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It's midsummer madness in Arthur Pita's latest piece, which gives us possibly the first lesbian kiss in ballet

Nine Songs/Cloud Gate Dance Theatre, Sadler's Wells - dance review

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Based on a series of classical Chinese poems, Nine Songs is a mesmerising piece in which action unfolds at a protracted pace. It's occasionally opaque but often beautiful

Cuban Fury starring Nick Frost - film review

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This wannabe heart-warming comedy sees Nick Frost as a former junior salsa champ who, in chubby middle-age, discovers he wants to get back on the dancefloor

Luca Silvestrini

Luca Silvestrini on dance production Border Tales

Multiculturalism may have failed but it works better in London than anywhere else, Protein Dance’s Luca Silvestrini tells Lyndsey Winship, as he unveils his latest work, Border Tales

1980/Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, Sadler’s Wells - dance review

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Pina Bausch’s nostalgic and moving 1980 is one of her least baffling works

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