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Inside this month:

Jack Thorpe Baker on moving on from dance

Nicola Rayner talks to Broadway choreographer Susan Stroman

Michael Barber remembers Marjorie Stevns, the "Child Pavlova"

Paul Arrowsmith on what it takes to be a man in dance

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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
Friday, 29 August 2014 11:45

September 2014!

09 dancetoday sept14We’re very excited about our September 2014 issue. For the very first time, we have a celebrity guest editor, former Strictly Come Dancing champion Camilla Dallerup, and a sparkly Strictly theme runs through the issue. We’re also launching the Dance Today readers’ survey, with a fabulous prize draw – fill in the paper copy that comes with your magazine, or fill in the survey online here.

Published in Dance Today - News
Friday, 04 July 2014 14:25

Rest and win!

square-dancers-need-restDancers who post pictures of themselves at rest can win goodies from Dance UK and our sister magazine, Dancing Times! The pictures are part of a social media campaign to promote the importance of rest for dancers. During July and August 2014, dancers are encouraged to share photographs of themselves resting, posted to facebook and Twitter with the hashtag #dancersneedrest.

Published in Dance Today - News
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 11:36

Rest and win!

Dancers who post pictures of themselves at rest can win goodies from Dancing Times and Dance UK! With Dance UK, we have launched a social media campaign to promote the importance of rest for dancers. During July and August 2014, dancers are encouraged to share photographs of themselves resting, posted to facebook and Twitter with the hashtag #dancersneedrest.

Published in Dancing Times - News
Tuesday, 30 April 2013 12:24

The Business of Dance

katie greennunosantosDance UK is running Business of Dance, a series of seminars on business planning, promotion and fundraising for dance artists.

Published in Dance Today - News
Tuesday, 30 April 2013 10:56

The Business of Dance

katie greennunosantosDance UK is running Business of Dance, a series of seminars on business planning, promotion and fundraising for dance artists.

Published in Dancing Times - News

Dance UK is organising a seminar for dance managers and self-managed artists, part of its training programme The Business of Dance. The seminar will be held on Friday, April 5 from 7pm to 10pm.

Published in Dancing Times - News
Monday, 28 January 2013 17:27

The 13th National Dance Awards - winners

nda logoThe Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards for 2012 were held at The Place on Monday, January 28. Hosted by Gary Avis of The Royal Ballet and KennethTharp of The Place, the awards celebrated a broad spread of dance performances in Britain, from hip hop – with a spectacular double win for ZooNation – to narrative ballet. Tharp and Avis opened with a touch of showbiz, dancing on with a flourish. This year’s awards were dedicated to the memory of critics John Percival, Charles Hedges and Freda Pitt.

Published in Dance Today - News
Friday, 21 December 2012 11:16

New director for DanceEast

brendan keaneyBrendan Keaney (pictured), currently director of Greenwich Dance, has been appointed artistic director and chief executive of DanceEast, Ipswich. He replaces Assis Carreiro, who has left to direct the Royal Ballet of Flanders, and will take up the post in March 2013.

Published in Dancing Times - News
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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