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Inside this month:

Back to the future
Alison Gallagher-Hughes
talks to three dance businesses that have breathed life into old buildings

Quick quick slow
She's fast-talking and sparky, he's a laidback "surfer dude", but Katya Virshilas and Jared Murillo tell Nicola Rayner why their different energies work well in a new stage partnership...

The Ballet Lover's Companion
In her new book, The Ballet Lover's Companion, Zoë Anderson recommends Twyla Tharp's Nine Sinatra Songs to readers of Dance Today, as one of many ballets that draws on social dance steps, imagery and emotion

And much more!

Dance at Ivy House:

Friday, 07 January 2011

Dame Beryl Grey and staff of The Royal Ballet take part in dance events at the London Jewish Cultural Centre this year. Based at Ivy House, the former home of ballerina Anna Pavlova, the LJCC will host a masterclass with Grey and a two-day workshop on The Sleeping Beauty.

On Sunday, May 15, Dame Beryl will talk to Ross Alley about her career as a ballerina, with excerpts from her performances on film. A masterclass will follow, with dancers of English National Ballet in a solo and pas de deux from Swan Lake. The event starts at 3.30pm. Tickets cost £15. Book online at www.ljcc.org.uk or call 020 8457 5000.

The workshop Sleeping Beauty from Scratch will be held on August 7–8. This is a vocational opportunity for aspiring dancers, stage technicians, make-up artists and stage designers aged 8–18. They will have the chance to work with Ursula Hageli, ballet mistress of The Royal Ballet, Ernst Meisner, soloist and choreographer with Dutch National Ballet, Royal Opera House staff and members of The Royal Ballet. Over two days, participants will create their own production of The Sleeping Beauty, concluding with a performance on Monday, August 8. The workshop costs £160. Places are strictly limited, and are available on a first come, first served basis. For more information and application forms, see www.ljcc.org.uk.

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