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Inside this month:

Tips on technique
Ballroom and Latin teacher James Whitehead looks at some of the differences between the ballroom and Latin American holds

The spirit of remembrance
Marianka Swain explores dance during World War I and recommends centenary events

Taking the right steps
Is it right for Amateur competitors to teach other dancers? The rules say no, but evidence suggests that it's happening. Helena Fitoussi looks at both sides of the debate

And much more!

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Thursday, 19 December 2013 16:30

Dance on television this Christmas

square-huskiesDance on television this Christmas

Christmas is here! Along with mince pies, frantic shopping and The Nutcracker on stage, there’s also plenty of festive television. Dancing Times has been circling the dance goodies in our Christmas listings magazine, with everything from the sequins of Strictly Come Dancing – both the series finale and the Christmas special (pictured) – to filmed stage productions from Matthew Bourne to The Royal Ballet, plus a bumper crop of movie musicals.

Published in Dancing Times - News
Thursday, 19 December 2013 15:52

Dance on television this Christmas

square-huskiesDance on television this Christmas

Christmas is here! Along with mince pies, frantic shopping and The Nutcracker on stage, there’s also plenty of festive television. Dance Today has been circling the dance goodies in our Christmas listings magazine, with everything from the sequins of Strictly Come Dancing – both the series finale and the Christmas special (pictured) – to filmed stage productions from Matthew Bourne to the Royal Ballet, plus a bumper crop of movie musicals.

Published in Dance Today - News
Friday, 08 November 2013 14:44

National Dance Awards: nominations announced

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Nominations for the 14th National Dance Awards were announced today by the dance section of the Critics’ Circle.

Published in Dancing Times - News
Monday, 28 October 2013 16:30

Something old, something new...

spitfire-david-hughes-dance-richardfindlayFor its autumn tour, David Hughes Dance looks back to its roots, with works by Matthew Bourne, Robert Cohan and Tanja Liedtke, and forwards with Walking Shadow, a new commission from Cathy Marston.

Published in Dancing Times - News
Thursday, 03 October 2013 14:29

New Adventures: tour of Lord of the Flies


lord-of-the-fliesMatthew Bourne’s New Adventures and Re:Bourne, the company’s charitable arm, will tour a new production of Lord of the Flies from April 2014.

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nacaThe second New Adventures Choreographer Award (NACA) is now open to emerging choreographers of all ages. Originally established to celebrate Bourne’s 50th birthday in 2010, NACA will choose one or more winners to create a showcase of new work in 2014. The inaugural award, held in 2012, was won by James Cousins.

Published in Dancing Times - News
Tuesday, 26 March 2013 14:57

Olivier award nominations

achoruslineNominations have been announced for this year’s Olivier awards, presented by the Society of London Theatre and supported by Mastercard.

Published in Dance Today - News
Tuesday, 26 March 2013 14:43

Olivier award nominations

aeterum-nunez-bonelliNominations have been announced for this year’s Olivier awards, presented by the Society of London Theatre and supported by Mastercard.

Published in Dancing Times - News
Tuesday, 26 March 2013 12:59

Emma Gladstone to direct Dance Umbrella

emmagladstonejameskeaneEmma Gladstone (pictured) will succeed Betsy Gregory as the artistic director of Dance Umbrella. She will take up the post in November 2013, following this year’s Dance Umbrella festival, the last to be directed by Gregory.

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Monday, 29 October 2012 14:52

Dancers announced for mentoring scheme

kit-holder-photo-tim-crossTwenty dancers have been chosen to take part in Dance UK’s leadership mentoring scheme. The programme offers workforce development for mid-career dancers who have been nominated by their peers as future leaders. It is organised by by Dance UK in partnership with Dancers’ Career Development, with the support of Arts Council England. Over eight months, each dancer will be provided with a paid mentor who is a high-profile leader from the arts world or beyond.

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