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Wuthering Heights | Northern Ballet

Wuthering Heights (Northern Ballet)

Choreographed by David Nixon

Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield – 21 Mar 15

Hearing Wuthering Heights and “ballet” in the same sentence is sure to cause a stream of differing reactions throughout literary and dance fans alike. 679 more words

Performing Arts

World Class Dance at Northern Ballet's 45th Anniversary Gala

Northern Ballet is delighted to announce that an impressive line-up of dance artists and
renowned choreographers will join the Company for its 45th anniversary Sapphire Gala… 558 more words


My Leeds Cultural Highlights 2014

Leeds is a place where there is always a lot to see and do. Like London, it’s a very cosmopolitan city but it has the distinct advantage of often being a good deal cheaper! 668 more words


Edwaard Liang continues BalletMet's history of directors who choreograph

By Steve Sucato

Newly appointed BalletMet Columbus artistic director Edwaard Liang says he didn’t know he wanted the position until it fell into his lap. The 39-year-old internationally known choreographer had just returned from creating a work for Bolshoi Ballet’s Svetlana Zakharova in Russia when he received an invitation from the BalletMet executive committee to apply. 177 more words

BalletMet Columbus

Northern Ballet’s Cinderella


Music by Philip Feeney

Choreography by David Nixon

Northern Ballet

Palace Theatre, Manchester

18 November 2014

With Northern Ballet’s new production of ‘Cinders’, it’s fireworks all the way. 157 more words

Theatre Review

Season 2 Episode 7

Paul and Fawnda take in Alberta Ballet‘s The Three Musketeers, David Nixon’s new, slightly odd, and swashbuckling take on the classic, plus a rundown of all the dance happenings coming up in Edmonton (PS: There’s a LOT of dance coming up. 18 more words

Fawnda Mithrush

2nd September 2014 - Tawny Wood

Much of today’s daylight hours were spent driving from one territory to another, photographing habitat and nest sites for my new book.

I was in the wood from dusk until 21:30 this evening. 248 more words