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11 dancetoday nov14

Inside this month:

Q&A: Lucy Worsley
In a new BBC Four series Dancing Cheek to Cheek: An Intimate History of Dance, Lucy Worsley and Len Goodman will take to the floor. Nicola Rayner finds out more

Back in action
Robin Windsor had to step away from this year's Strictly Come Dancing as he recovered from injury. He tells Zoë Anderson about rehabilitation

And now for the next trick...
Jonathan Gray takes a look at special effects in the theatre and finds out that nothing is new

And much more!

Matthew Bourne in conversation:

Friday, 18 November 2011

matthew_bourneMatthew Bourne will be speaking at the National Theatre on November 21. Bourne celebrates 25 years of his company – named first Adventures in Motion Pictures, now New Adventures – in 2012.

 

An updated edition of his book, Matthew Bourne and His Adventures in Dance, written with Alastair Macaulay, has just been published. At the National’s Cottesloe Theatre, Bourne will reflect on his years as “Britain’s favourite choreographer”, in conversation with David Benedict. The event starts at 6pm, followed by a book signing. Tickets cost £4 (£3 concessions). To book, call 020 7452 3000 or see http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/67678/platforms/matthew-bourne.html.

 

Matthew Bourne tells us about his Nutcracker! in the December issue of Dance Today.

 

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