Australian Ballet celebrate the “quintessentially English” master of Ballet, Frederick Ashton.
Alice Barker, a chorus line dancer in the 1930s is given a wonderful gift.
Boris Godunov and Frankenstein stand out among Covent Garden’s showings for 2015 and 2016.
The 24-year-old is the first Japanese dancer to be promoted to the company’s most senior position.
Spectacular organ playing and dynamic choreography had audience members nearly dancing in the aisles.
Madeline Eastoe’s swan song performance is the ultimate expression of girl power.
Classic tale of impossible love is still sprightly at 200 years young.
The redevelopment of the Adelaide Festival precinct will take place over the next five years.
Celebrated dancer Madeline Eastoe announces her retirement from Australian Ballet.
An astonishing double bill of powerful, personal and poetic dance.
Rafael Bonachela explains why Quintett is one of the seminal works of modern dance.
Mike Baird promises multi-million dollar refurbishment that will transform Sydney’s arts hub.
Melbourne’s annual awards ceremony for the performing arts names 2014’s highest achievers.