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This weekend: from slapstick to Greek tragedy

Watch This Space, the festival of free performance held outside London’s National Theatre, focuses on family fun this weekend – though there’s a dash of dark physical theatre, too.

DanceEast hosts international choreographic residency

In August, 15 choreographers from around the world will come to DanceEast’s Jerwood DanceHouse in Ipswich for the annual Danse à Lille/Les Repérages international choreographic residency.

Gitanjali meets graffiti

Song of the City, Akademi’s latest work, puts classical Indian dance against a backdrop of 21st-century London. Created for an underground space, it will be premiered at the Vault, Southwark Playhouse on August 5–6, followed by a UK tour.

Vintage at Southbank Centre

Take a trip back in time this weekend as Wayne and Gerardine Hemingway bring their award-winning Vintage festival to Southbank Centre, London, from July 29 to 31. Over three days and nights, the Royal Festival Hall will be dressed as never seen before, its six levels transformed into a multi-venue playground where, over 13 hours […]

No heavy petting, bombing or running

Dive into the past, present and future with Dear Lido, a playful site-specific work based on and around the splendour of the much-loved outdoor pool.

Hip Hop unplugged

Boy Blue Entertainment dance BBE: Touch at the Pit, Barbican Centre in London this week.

Dance this week: Crazy for You

The Gershwin musical comedy Crazy for You opens at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre on Thursday, July 28.

“Strictly” stars in Vertigo Cafe

Andrew Cuerden and Hanna Haarala will star in Vertigo Café, a production set in a secret rooftop dance club where street and ballroom fight it out.

Rio Latin nights

Rio comes to The Waterfront in a night of glamour and summer dancing with Karen Hardy Studios.

Dance this week

We welcome The Maryinsky Ballet, whose London summer season opens at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden tonight.

Ivan Vasiliev to guest with English National Ballet

The Bolshoi Ballet’s Ivan Vasiliev will dance Roland Petit’s Le Jeune Homme et la Mort with English National Ballet this Friday.

Luke and Hanna on “Born to Shine”

Look out for Junior ballroom and Latin champs Luke Miller and Hanna Cresswell (pictured) who are appearing in ITV’s “Born To Shine” this weekend. The television show, which is fundraising for Save the Children, features talented youngsters passing on their knowledge and skills to celebs.

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