One of the most interesting offerings in London next year will be Les Saisons Russes du XXI Siecle at the Coliseum from Tuesday 12 - Sunday 17 April 2011. This will consist of three separate programmes including Firebird, Scheherazade, Bolero, Afternoon of a Faune, The Blue God and Le Pavillion D'Armide. These will be danced by: Nikolai Tsiskaridze, Ilze Liepa, Maria Alexandrova, Mikhail Lobukhin, Irma Nioradze, Ilya Kuznetsov and the Kremlin Ballet. Booking is now open; here is a link to the Coliseum, just scroll down to the relevant dates: http://www.eno.org/see-whats-on/see-whats-on.php
Very pleased to see The Blue God making a debut in London, this fascinating production is choreographed by ENB's Wayne Eagling and has music by Scriabin, rather than using the original score by Hahn. I went to see this production in Cannes in 2007 and reviewed the performances here: viewtopic.php?f=33&t=30387
I remember I was less than impressed by the discipline of the Kremlin Ballet at the time, hopefully someone will have cracked a whip at them by now.