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Inside this month:

Gerald Dowler talks to seven leading British male dancers who have left the UK to work abroad

Alison Gallagher-Hughes profiles Latin dancers Ryan McShane and Ksenia Zsikhotska

Graham Watts meets Hu Wenge, a star of the Peking Opera

Nicola Rayner celebrates ten years of Simply Dancing Partners

And much more


Dance highlights in Salisbury :

Tuesday, 17 May 2011

voalaThe Salisbury International Arts Festival opens on Friday, May 20 with a programme that includes plenty of dance alongside theatre, circus, film, music and spoken word. This year, the festival focuses on the themes of China, dance and air, with venues from Salisbury Cathedral to Stonehenge.


Here are this year’s dance highlights:



This Argentinean company (pictured) perform over the heads of their audience in a free show in the Market Place. Aerial dancers and musicians star in a performance inspired by aquatic ballet.

Friday, May 20, Market Place


Beijing Modern Dance Company

The UK premiere of Aware, performed by Gao Yanjinzi, director of the company, and her mother, the traditional Chinese dancer Luo Lili, this evening contrasts different styles of Chinese dance.

Thursday, May 26, Salisbury Playhouse


Nederlands Dans Theater and English National Ballet

Two companies dance works by Hans Van Manen, with Nederlands Dans Theater in Déjà Vu and Solo and English National Ballet in Trois Gnossiennes. The performance is followed by a conversation with the companies’ directors.

Friday, May 27, Salisbury Playhouse


Monteverdi’s Flying Circus

This concert tells the story of the composer Monteverdi’s final years, with extracts from his operas and madrigals set against a backdrop of the Venetian carnival.

Tuesday, May 31, Salisbury Playhouse


Nats Nus Dansa

Catalan company Nats Nus Dansa dance the family show Maps, with colourful sets and imaginative stories.

Wednesday, June 1, Arts Centre


Chinese Acrobats at Stonehenge

The London Chinese Acrobatic Company perform at one of the UK’s most famous monuments, the world heritage site Stonehenge.

Thursday, June 2, Stonehenge


Jasmin Vardimon Company

Vardimon’s Yesterday is a retrospective work, created to mark the company’s tenth anniversary. It combines highlights from Vardimon’s past work, mixed with new choreography and live video animation. Suitable for ages 14+

Thursday, June 2, Salisbury Playhouse


Let’s Dance

A day of dance, with classes for all ages and special prices for multiple classes and for younger dancers. The day includes sessions in tap, jazz, tango, Bollywood and breakdancing.

Saturday, June 4, Arts Centre


See for the full programme. Tickets are available from the website or on 0845 241 9651.



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