Why tap is the future of dance
Sarah Crompton reflects on a recent trip to Dorrance Dance company's ETM: Double Down at Sadler's Wells
Line-up for the National Theatre's River Stage festival announced
The free arts festival returns to the National Theatre this summer
Dance Umbrella announces 2017 programme
London's international dance festival takes place in October
Review: Brodsky/Baryshnikov (Apollo Theatre)
Dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov pays tribute to his friend, Nobel laureate Joseph Brodsky
Matthew Bourne: 'Anyone who thinks dance isn't theatre is crazy'
The choreographer picked up two Olivier Awards for The Red Shoes
Carlos Acosta's new dance company to premiere at Sadler's Wells
The Cuban dancer will bring his new company to the UK for the first time in September
Will Tuckett's immersive Nutcracker moves venue
Further casting has also been announced for the ballet
World's first immersive ballet announced
Will Tuckett's Nutcracker will be a 360 degree experience starring Adam Cooper
I am regularly underwhelmed by physical theatre, but Betroffenheit is great art
Sarah Crompton looks at dance and 'physical theatre' and the superb piece Betroffenheit which was created by an actor and a choreographer
Sarah Crompton: Dance can't continue to function in a self-enclosed bubble
Sarah Crompton reflects on Liam Scarlett's dismaying Frankenstein and how the Royal Ballet should help to find effective ways of storytelling