One of Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s most fascinating choreographic works, Drumming, returns to Sadler’s Wells in full after part one was performed in De Keersmaeker’s celebrated Steve Reich Evening in 2008.
Hofesh Shechter’s electrifying Political Mother: The Choreographer’s Cut makes a welcome return to close the first ever Sadler’s Sampled season after shaking up the main house in 2011.
Returning to London for the first time in 30 years, Boston Ballet presents two dynamic programmes reflecting a century of groundbreaking choreography.
The Bolshoi performs the UK premiere of its acclaimed new production of Balanchine’s Jewels, inspired by the brilliance and colour of gemstones. Fauré’s music perfectly complements the romantic elegance of Emeralds, followed by the jazzy, witty Rubies set to Stravinsky’s vibrant score.