World Book Day 2016
It's World Book Day and what better way to celebrate the literary treats we've turned into ballets?
This year alone we're presenting many adaptations of classic titles such as 1984 (George Orwell) the première of Jane Eyre (Charlotte Brontë), Wuthering Heights (Emily Brontë) and Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare).
China 2016 - Beijing
After performing to sell-out houses in Shanghai it's on to the magnificent 2,400 seat NCPA (National Centre for Performing Arts) in Beijing.
China 2016 - The Great Wall
After arriving at Beijing and before the opening of The Great Gatsby at the NCPA (National Centre for Performing Arts) some of the dancers made to journey to see the Great Wall of China...
China 2016 - To Shanghai!
Last Tuesday & Wednesday Dancers, Stage and Technical Teams set off for China to perform The Great Gatsby in Shanghai and Beijing. Here's a snapshot of their fist leg...
Watch our segment...
If you missed our segment of World Ballet day you can watch it here...
Watch the full event!
Reviews and reactions
1984 opens this weekend at West Yorkshire Playhouse and the buzz is building...
1984 is included in Guardian's list of 10 best hings to do this week. read on Guardian
Kenneth Tindall in Competition
Audience reaction to the Mixed Programme
Here's just a little of the feedback we've had for our Mixed Programme at The Linbury Studio Theatre at Royal Opera House.
#PaintedDancers - works by Olivia Holland