The New English Ballet Theatre (NEBT) has been rehearsing near Canary Wharf this week in preparation for a two-day run at St James Theatre from August 20 to August 22.

Dancing in Nepal, which includes pieces from a number of choreographers - has been created to raise funds for the Nepal Earthquake Recovery Appeal 2015.

Within the piece will be NEBT’s touring repertoire plus a new pas de deux, and special performances by guest artists.

NEBT will perform Tangents, choreographed by former Dutch National Ballet dancer Daniela Cardim Fonteyne, Orbital Motion, choreographed by the Royal Ballet’s Valentino Zucchetti, Toca by Royal Ballet’s Erico Montes and Mad Women by Royal Ballet’s Kristen McNally.

The rehearsals at Lanterns Studio Theatre in South Quay were open to the public - for the next set of NEBT rehearsals at the venue, email