25 September 2015
This neuroscience-inspired pas de deux from Alastair Marriott’s acclaimed ballet powerfully evokes a sense of loss on a journey through life.
3 September 2015
Choreographer Kenneth MacMillan captures the beauty and emotion of Shakespeare's text in one of ballet’s most iconic love duets.
29 May 2015
In a striking departure from ballet tradition, choreographer Jerome Robbins depicts a couple in the midst of a blazing row.
2 May 2015
Wayne McGregor embraces classical lyricism in the first movement of his ballet triptych inspired by the writings of Virginia Woolf.
16 April 2015
Ashton's charming pas de deux makes inventive and intricate use of ribbons, in homage the ballet's two-hundred-year history.
12 January 2015
One of the most striking choreographic devices John Cranko uses to tell Tatiana’s story.
4 December 2014
Christopher Wheeldon fuses ballet with breakdancing, Asian dance and contemporary choreography to create the enigmatic Caterpillar.
20 November 2014
A Spanish-flavoured spectacle featuring some of ballet's most astonishing virtuoso choreography.
17 October 2014
The choreographer’s signature appears in nearly all his ballets – but it's not always easy to spot.
27 January 2014
Captivating choreography and gripping storytelling come together in a pivotal moment in ballet history.