Tate Modern, London SE1 – Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, 18– 20 July
The prominent Belgian choreographer reworks her 1982 minimalist dance piece, Fase: Four Movements to the Music of Steve Reich, for The Tanks – the Tate Modern’s new gallery space devoted to live art. De Keersmaeker explores the relationship between music and dance in this hour-long performance, a classic piece from Flanders’s 1980s contemporary dance movement, exploiting the Tanks’ industrial space – originally the chambers containing oil that fuelled the former Bankside Power Station.
Peckham Rye Car Park, London SE15 – John Adams’ “Harmonielehre”, 14 July
The American composer John Adams’s romantic-minimalist epic, Harmonielehre, is radically reimagined in the stripped-down expanse of Peckham Rye Multi-Storey Car Park. The 100-piece TROSP Orchestra, conducted by Christopher Stark, performs Adams’s 1985 symphonic poem as part of a series of summer events run by Bold Tendencies – a non-profit sculpture project that uses the car park for exhibitions.
Royal Festival Hall, London SE1 – Stewart Lee, 18 July
Shakespeare’s Globe, London SE1 - Richard III, 14 July – 13 October
Wellcome Collection, London NW1 – Superhuman, 19 July – 16 October