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Inside this month:

 

From initial success

Alison Gallagher-Hughes meets the new British Open Youth Latin champions AJ Pritchard and Chloe Hewitt

 

It's a family affair

Destination dance – Alison Gallagher-Hughes talks to Martin Cutler about mapping out the route for a new dance centre

 

Our man in Havana

Havana insider Kester Aspen investigates changes in the salsa scene of Cuba's capital – and how thawing relations with the US and the popularity of reggaeton have affected those who work in the industry

 

And much more!


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Monday, 01 August 2011 08:25

Dance this week: the Fringe

whatthefolkThe Edinburgh Fringe has started! It sprang up around Edinburgh’s International Festival, and has mushroomed past its official parent, becoming the largest arts festival in the world. For the next three weeks, performances will be squeezed into venues all across the city, from churches and tents to front rooms and even conventional theatres. This year’s Fringe is the biggest yet, cramming in 2,542 events.

Published in Dance Today - News
Monday, 01 August 2011 11:07

Dance this week: the Fringe

balletruseisabellemeisterThe Edinburgh Fringe has started! It sprang up around Edinburgh’s International Festival, and has mushroomed past its official parent, becoming the largest arts festival in the world. For the next three weeks, performances will be squeezed into venues all across the city, from churches and tents to front rooms and even conventional theatres. This year’s Fringe is the biggest yet, cramming in 2,542 events in genres from comedy to circus.

Published in Dancing Times - News

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