Dazzling and affecting in equal measure, Matthew Bourne’s new work The Red Shoes is as superbly realised as it is ingeniously conceived.
Commemorating 70 years since Sadlers Wells Ballet moved across town to reopen Royal Opera House after WWII, The Royal Ballet’s The Sleeping Beauty remains a traditional, highly decorative production with an agreeable […]
The Australian Ballet’s Storytime Ballet series continues with a perfectly judged children’s version of seasonal favourite The Nutcracker.
A perfect showcase for the talents of the students of The Australian Ballet School, beautifully produced ballet The Snow Queen is wonderful holiday entertainment.
Announcing a range of premieres and classic works, The Australian Ballet has proclaimed 2017 to be A Season of Wonderment.
The Australian Ballet takes audiences on a trip back in time, returning charming storybook ballet Coppélia to its original 1979 home at the Palais Theatre.
The Australian Ballet School presented a highly entertaining, thoughtfully selected program of pure dance for their Showcase 2016.
The Australian Ballet boldly rewards their audience and dancers alike with John Neumeier’s dramatic adult fantasia Nijinsky. ***Review updated after viewing second performance of Nijinsky, starring Kevin Jackson. See additional text and […]
In a highly affecting and inspiring trio of works, Bangarra Dance Theatre acknowledges and celebrates history, family and art in OUR land people stories.
Lavishly produced on a grand scale, it is the intimate, intricate details that really distinguish Houston Ballet’s Romeo and Juliet, a very welcome addition to The Australian Ballet’s 2016 season.