Rambert Dance Company, purveyors of the sleekest contemporary dance, starts its autumn tour at the Lowry, Salford on 21st September, with a programme that includes Mark Baldwin’s physics-inspired Constant Speed and new work by Rafael Bonachela. Hideko Inoue raids her grandfather’s photograph albums for ideas, while Samuel Herbert paints Victorian colonists. Both are included in When I Lived in Modern Times, an exhibition of art drawn from archives, at the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland, from 16th September. Northern Ballet Theatre’s David Nixon is at his thrilling best when choreographing big, mythic stories. His latest ballet, Dracula, premieres at…
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