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Inside this month:

Diversification 

Got To Dance is back this month, with format changes that will keep contestants and judges on their toes, Ashley Banjo tells Claire Saul

The Cuban Experience

Brigitt Mayer reports on a unique collaboration between International Latin dancers and the performers in Havana, Cuba 

Shall we dance?

Successful American franchise Fred Astaire Studios has found its first British affiliate; Marianka Swain wonders: will others follow suit? 

And much more!

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Dance Today - News

teachIt's back! Last year our very first Dance Today Teacher of the Year competition was a huge success, with hundreds of readers voting for their favourite dance teacher.

webpicFor MOVE IT weekend only (March 7–9), Dancing Times and Dance Today will be offering one third off the original price of their digital magazines and subscriptions through Pocketmags


square k and kStrictly Come Dancing
professionals Kevin Clifton and Karen Hauer (pictured) are to become patrons of the Wheelchair Dance Sport Association (UK) (WDSA (UK)), a charity and governing body for wheelchair dance and wheelchair dancesport in the UK.

square-pink-swingPink Swing, London's first LGBT swing dance club, will be offering classes on Monday evenings from March 3 at the Tea House Theatre in Vauxhall.

Red Cross Dancing:

Tuesday, 25 February 2014

ashley-396x380Ashley Banjo (pictured), leader of dance troupe Diversity, has joined forces with the British Red Cross to launch “Dance: Make Your Move”, a new fundraising competition. Young people aged between four and 18 are urged to choreograph a dance routine inspired by the charity’s work.

WIN! Free tickets to MOVE IT:

Thursday, 20 February 2014

Dancing Times has ten pairs of complimentary tickets to give away to MOVE IT, the UK’s largest dance event, which takes place at Olympia in London.

The Pink Jukebox Trophy 2014:

Monday, 17 February 2014

square--webFor sheer party atmosphere, you would be hard pressed to do better than the Pink Jukebox Trophy, held at the Rivoli Ballroom in south London on Saturday, February 15.

Blaze to return to the West End:

Friday, 14 February 2014

foto  roy beuskerInternational street dance sensation Blaze returns to the Peacock Theatre from February 18 to March 8 after its explosive world premiere in 2010.

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