Cute puppets, rude jokes and catchy songs. What more could you want?
A great way to inspire and entertain youngsters this Easter.
A confusing, overly-exuberant and at times rather sinister version of Swan Lake.
Quadruple bill of innovative choreographic collaborations.
Ivan Vasiliev is worth the ticket price alone.
Nine Songs' imagery is diverse and evocative
Breaking, locking and popping fun.
Hubert Essakow's latest work is thought-provoking but lacks dynamism.
A slapstick tribute to Bollywood film.
Three dance works in Mark Morris's uniquely musical style.
The Taming of the Shrew is all slapstick humour in John Cranko's ballet.
Like haute cuisine - a five course taster menu showcasing two exquisite dancers.
A superb company of dancers but mixed-quality choreography.
Keith Chegwin stars in this ice-skating version of the Christmas classic.
Prepare to be dazzled by impressive circus skills.
Mark Bruce Company's dance work is filled with Halloween spookiness.
Talented dancers of Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet in three diverse works.
Polished hip hop dancing from ZooNation Youth Company
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