A trio of ballets give an interpretive snapshot of the inter-war years.

Will Tuckett’s new version of The Seven Deadly Sins promises a new insight into Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill’s ballet with songs from 1933.

Glen Tetley merges modern and classic dance techniques in Pierrot Lunaire, which explores the psychological relationships of Brighella, Columbine and Pierrot.

Kenneth MacMillan’s La Fin Du Jour is packed with the sophistication and jazz-age energy of the 1930s and draws its inspiration from the movement and fashion design of the period.

Find out more about the rich variety of West End shows on offer in Theatreland.

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