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Inside this month:

 

Northern star
Joanne Clifton talks to Nicola Rayner about keeping her feet on the ground as almost all her dreams come true

Bright Young Things
Rachelle Stretch interviews two Under 21 couples who triumphed at Blackpool Dance Festival earlier this year

Technique clinic
Our resident dance doctor, NATD examiner and international adjudicator Phil Meacham, looks at the forward lockstep in the quickstep

And much more!

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Tuesday, 30 September 2014 09:26

October 2014!

october-squareOur October 2014 issue is here! As the weather turns to autumn, and theatres and companies launch their new seasons, we speak to dancers Natalia Osipova, Francesca Hayward, Sarah Lamb and Marianela Nuñez, find out about Dance Umbrella’s new director Emma Gladstone and celebrate the 40th birthday of Kenneth MacMillan’s Manon – featured on our cover, which shows Osipova with Carlos Acosta.

Published in Dancing Times - News
Thursday, 08 May 2014 11:14

Autumn at Sadler's Wells

torobaka by jean-louis fernande  020A Scandinavian season, a collaboration between composer Thomas Adès and choreographers Karole Armitage, Wayne McGregor, Crystal Pite and Alexander Whitley and a new  work by Akram Khan and flamenco star Israel Galván (pictured) are among the highlights of the autumn season at London dance venue Sadler’s Wells.

Published in Dancing Times - News
Tuesday, 29 April 2014 15:59

Gailene Stock 1946-2014

gailene-stock-patrick-baldwinThe Royal Ballet School has announced that Gailene Stock, its director since 1999, died on April 29, 2014, following a long battle with cancer.

Published in Dancing Times - News
Friday, 04 April 2014 14:16

Birmingham Royal Ballet's 2014-15 season

Birmingham Royal Ballet has announced plans for the new season at the Birmingham Hippodrome, including a recreation of Robert Helpmann's Miracle in the Gorbals and artistic director David Bintley's new one-act ballet, The King Dances.

Published in Dancing Times - News
Thursday, 23 January 2014 14:03

January 2014

Well, here we are at the turn of another year, and everyone at Dancing Times would like to wish all our readers a very happy 2014. I like to think that this issue of the magazine is a kind of mini tribute to Birmingham Royal Ballet (BRB), that much-loved company with its legions of admirers.

Thursday, 23 January 2014 13:43

Win tickets to see The Prince of the Pagodas

David Bintley’s production of The Prince of the Pagodas has its UK premiere this season.

Published in Dancing Times - News
Wednesday, 20 November 2013 12:15

Dance at the London Coliseum

lunkinavasiliev jeune homme-cirina-lepnyovaThe London Coliseum will have a busy spring season for dance, with stars and companies including Ivan Putrov, the Kings of the Dance, Les Ballets de Monte Carlo and Eifman Ballet.

Published in Dancing Times - News
Wednesday, 13 November 2013 14:43

The Art of Displacement photography exhibition


simon tomkinson photography-art of displacementThe Art of Displacement
is a new exhibition by dance photographer Simon Tomkinson, running at London’s Silverprint Gallery until December 12.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Published in Dancing Times - News
Tuesday, 16 July 2013 15:44

Gala for Yorkshire Ballet Summer School

STOP PRESS - Sergei Polunin will also be appearing at the Gala

Anthony Dowell and actor Derek Jacobi will host a gala marking the 40th anniversary of the Yorkshire Ballet Summer School (YBSS), held at Sadler’s Wells on September 29.

Published in Dancing Times - News

Mixed Bill
Lyric Pieces, Bitesized Ballet, Pineapple Poll
Birmingham Royal Ballet, Swan Theatre, High Wycombe – May 21, 2013

Birmingham Royal Ballet's "split-tour" nomenclature suggests a glass half empty. Its notion of "south west" is misleading too, extending to the doorstep of London – to High Wycombe. The company – well this half of it – looked fresh and danced with typical verve. In cash tight times, this half-pint tour delves into BRB's back catalogue and economically creates more outings for ballets recently performed. Pint glass full, there were no short measures for the Wycombe audience.

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