Sir Howard Elston, our Mid East correspondent, outlines what will happen when Doughball Trump lands in Saudi Arabia for his first summit.
Sir Howard Elston, our media reporter, on a secret report of who backs the Presidential ban on journalists
Hamish Scott (above), from Birmingham’s Elmhurst Ballet School, has come third in an international dance competition.
A second member of our reviewing team, Simon Hale, assesses the world premiere of the Birmingham Royal Ballet’s The Tempest.
Sir Howard Elston, our dopester correspondent, reports trackside on the drugs ban slapped on Moscow.
A seventy minute portrait of non-stop heavy metal dance fills the stage at The Birmingham Rep, reports Richard Lutz .
Richard Lutz watches a Dutch troupe kick off a four week dance festival in Birmingham.
Richard Lutz takes his seat for Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty
Sir Matthew Bourne, one of Britain’s most successful choreographers, brings his own version of Sleeping Beauty to Birmingham next week.
Sir Howard Elston reveals special new moves to stop immigration in UK-land.
The dance troupe Rambert takes to the dance floor of the sixties, writes Richard Lutz, and it’s all rock and roll.
Birmingham-based DanceXchange has announced its programme for the season right through the New Year.
Richard Lutz takes in three pieces by the Birmingham Royal Ballet
Our man in the front stalls with the bag of caramel popcorn, Sir Howard Elston, with a world-first scoop from Theatreland.
Richard Lutz watches boot camp and squaddies under fire in a remarkable night of dance
An all male group from Hereford kicks off an 8 week dance festival in Birmingham. Richard Lutz reviews opening night
DanceXchange announces 2015 schedule.
Count down to the big day with our fun-filled festive quiz.
Richard Lutz describes a powerful trio of war-related ballets.
Sir Howard Elston, our man at the Tory party conference in Britain’s second city, gives us an insight into…whatever.
Richard Lutz witnesses an electrifying dance performance.
A magical dance troupe, made entirely from a heap of rubbish, comes to Warwick Arts Centre next month.
Birmingham’s much lauded DanceXBirmingham’s announces its new autumn season today.
Richard Lutz is in the critic’s chair for this blend of modern dance and the singers’ voice.
Richard Lutz continues his coverage of the International Dance Festival Birmingham.
Richard Lutz casts an eye on the latest of the city’s festivals.
The year’s festival programme will soon be commencing.
Hey, it’s Christmas.
B-Boy Championships World Finals will see top break dancers, poppers and hip-hop dancers bring their best moves, routines and unique style to the stage.
Open-to-all free Cuban Salsa dance class & demonstration, with Helen Calcutt