The venerated ballerina had better watch her step – a new programme at Sadler's Wells shows that men could be about to steal the limelight for good
Played on the fingertips, Carter's gracefully shaped recital takes its title from the Opus 50 Caprice pour guitar seul, an idyll pitched on the cusp of Romanticism.
Black Swan shows ballerinas as obsessive, mysterious creatures. We do the artform a disservice with this much-peddled myth, says ex-dancer Alice-Azania Jarvis
British author, broadcaster and environmental campaigner David Bellamy spoke to The Independent Online about his childhood dream of becoming a ballet dancer, his talent for remembering Latin names of plants and why he wishes he'd danced with Margot Fonteyn.
Former Clinton adviser renowned as a political bruiser is given key post
'I enjoy spending time with normal, non-pretentious people'