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Anne of Green Gables, Peacock Theatre

A plucky red-headed orphan takes centre stage in this luminous new production from London Children’s Ballet. Read my full The i Paper review here

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Casanova and Wild Tango, Sadler’s Wells

Northern Ballet’s narrative work is overcomplicated but seductive, while German Cornejo’s latest is a muddled misfire. Read my The i Paper reviews here

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ISH Dance Collective, Sadler’s Wells

A knockout blend of dance and dazzling stunts. Read my full The i Paper review here

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Johannes Radebe: Freedom, Peacock Theatre

In an electrifying self-choreographed show the Strictly professional traces his own story, from African king to disco queen. Read my full The i Paper review here

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Balletboyz – Deluxe, Sadler’s Wells

Thrilling and energetic, this Covid-postponed tour for the all-male company was a reminder of just what we’ve been missing. Read my full Telegraph review here

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Saturday Night Fever, Peacock Theatre

You should – and will – be dancing along to this disco inferno of a show, part of a touring run that is doing a London stint at Sadler’s Wells’ West End house. Read my full London Theatre review here

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Singin’ in the Rain, Sadler’s Wells

​​Trust the British weather to make the opening of Singin’ in the Rain an immersive experience, with a flurry of umbrellas outside the theatre to match those onstage. And while the revival of Jonathan Church’s 2011 Chichester production was certainly cheering on … Continue reading

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Best dance in 2021

My picks for the new year – from The Great Gatsby to The Car Man. Read my full The i Paper article here

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Breakin’ Convention: Social DisDancing, Sadler’s Wells, review: meet our future Olympic champions

Following the recent announcement that breakdancing is joining the Olympics in 2024, all eyes are on productions like Social DisDancing. Is this a world-class discipline? And will it, as hoped, attract a youthful demographic? Read my full Telegraph review here

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Lazuli Sky, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Sadler’s Wells

“Finally, we’re back where we belong!” exclaims Carlos Acosta, introducing his belated premiere commission as director of Birmingham Royal Ballet (BRB), and the first socially distanced production at Sadler’s Wells. What a way to mark World Ballet Day. Read my full The … Continue reading

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