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Articles tagged with "by Wayne McGregor"

Virginia Woolf – Voyage into Selfhood

26 March 2015

On the centenary of the publication of the author’s first novel, we look at its poignant intersection with Woolf’s own life.

Group Booking opens for Summer Season 2014/15

9 March 2015

Great savings for productions including Wayne McGregor's new full-length Royal Ballet work Woolf Works and the farewell run of John Copley's beloved production of Puccini's La bohème.

Virginia Woolf, feminist icon

8 March 2015

On International Women’s Day we look at why the writer's work still speaks to so many of us.

Happy birthday Virginia Woolf!

25 January 2015

Ahead of Wayne McGregor's new ballet Woolf Works, we're looking for your reaction to the author's writing.

The Royal Ballet to tour the USA in June 2015

15 January 2015

The Company will perform in Washington D.C., Chicago and New York over the course of three weeks.

Ballet and myth: A fascination that goes back centuries

1 September 2014

How ancient mythological stories continue to inspire choreographers and dancers.

The myths behind the ballets: A quick guide to Sampling the Myth

28 August 2014

Dance has long been inspired by myths and folk tales, with Deloitte Ignite offering extracts of classics and new works on one bill.

Dance performances from Deloitte Ignite to be live-streamed on 6 September 2014

22 August 2014

Programme includes extracts of The Firebird, The Dying Swan, Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake, and a special commission from Turner Prize-winner Chris Ofili.

The Feeling’s Mutual: Why classical and electronic music aren’t the polar opposites you might expect

27 May 2014

Luca Francesconi's opera Quartett follows in the footsteps of Björk, Max Richter and Aphex Twin.

Ballet and Dance 2014/15

31 March 2014

Details of The Royal Ballet's 2014/15 Season have been announced.

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