Since Michael Nunn and William Trevitt, aka Ballet Boyz, formed their company in 2001, they have built up a formidable repertoire of 32 different works, created by leading choreographers, including Matthew Bourne. On October 21 the Boyz bring their talents to the Beck Theatre.
For their Greatest Hits show they have selected audience favourites from the past seven years in an evening of award-winning dance treats, including Russell Maliphant's Broken Fall (Olivier award 2004), Propellor by Liv Lorent, and the tango triumph Yumba vs Nonino, created for Ballet Boyz by Craig Revel Horwood, a judge on the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing, for the reopening of the Royal Festival Hall in July 2007.
Michael said: "We love creating new work, but that can make it difficult to find the time to restage existing work, which we thought was a shame. So for this show, we thought we would share again some of our Greatest Hits!
"Of course, there'll be some new stuff too - we can't help ourselves! Enjoy!"
Ballet Boyz' Greatest Hits is touring the UK and abroad. The show is at The Beck on Tuesday, October 21, starting at 7.30pm. Tickets are £16.50 (concessions £15) and £14.50 from the box office, on 020 8561 8371.