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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

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Friday, 30 October 2015 13:35

November 2015 issue

squarenovember-2015There’s an international slant to November’s Dancing Times, with features on the Peking Opera, British male dancers working overseas and a report from the International Championships in ballroom and Latin dance. Our cover stars are The Royal Ballet’s Yasmine Naghdi and Matthew Ball, whose debuts as the star-crossed lovers of Romeo and Juliet are reviewed this month.







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Friday, 24 July 2015 12:26

August 2015 issue

august 15 squareThere’s a Russian feel to this month’s issue, as we speak to Bolshoi director Sergei Filin, look back at a turning point for Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes and report from a St Petersburg conference on the future of ballet choreography. Elsewhere, we look at The Australian Ballet’s new production of The Sleeping Beauty, and come back to the UK to report on London Contemporary Dance School and dance at this month’s Edinburgh festivals…






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Friday, 27 February 2015 10:12

March 2015 issue

cover-squareOur March 2015 issue is here! Our cover star is Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Céline Gittens. This month features four British-based choreographers, discussing music, choice of subject matter, moving from dancing into choreography and the future of British classical ballet. We also speak to dance fathers and sons, herald Dance UK’s forthcoming conference and report on international performances…







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Monday, 27 October 2014 12:08

November 2014 issue!

november squareGender is on the agenda in our November 2014 issue. We explore what it takes to be a man in dance – while BalletBoyz Ed Pearce and Adam Kirkham demonstrate male partnering on the dramatic cover photo by Hugo Glendinning – and speak to director-choreographer Susan Stroman about being a woman in the male-dominated world of choreography.







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Tuesday, 09 September 2014 09:24

Get ready for World Ballet Day!

nunez-kish-manon-johan-persson-rohOn October 1, the first ever World Ballet Day will see an unprecedented collaboration between five of the world’s leading ballet companies: the Australian Ballet, the Bolshoi Ballet, The Royal Ballet, National Ballet of Canada and San Francisco Ballet.

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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.

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kevin-ohare-photo-by-teri-pengilleyThe Royal Ballet’s 2013-14 season was announced today. Kevin O’Hare (pictured), the company’s artistic director, introduces the season in conversation with Zoë Anderson. For more from this interview, see the April issue of Dancing Times.


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Wednesday, 31 October 2012 11:56

2013 at Sadler's Wells

pina_bauschtwocigarettesinthedarkjochenviehoffSadler’s Wells has announced highlights of next year’s programme. 2013 will be the 15th anniversary of the London venue’s current building, and will be marked by several special events. All 14 of the theatre’s associate artists will contribute to this year’s programme, which will also feature the return of Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, a celebration of The Rite of Spring and a visit from the National Ballet of Canada.

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assis-carreiro-credit-sylvaine-poitau---compressedAssis Carreiro, the driving force behind DanceEast, has been appointed artistic director of the Royal Ballet of Flanders. She joins the Antwerp-based company at a difficult time. The previous director, Kathryn Bennetts, clashed with the Flemish culture minister, Joke Schauvliege, over plans to amalgamate the Antwerp opera and ballet companies under a single intendant.

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