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Jah Wobble-Chinese Dub at Bush Hall

With the Olympics looming, cultural exchanges with China are everywhere. Jah Wobble-Chinese Dub cheerfully crams British musicians, Chinese dancers and singers onto the small stage of the rock and pop venue, Bush Hall in West London. The atmosphere is charmingly laid back. Traditional dancers from Hangzhou step carefully over the cables of Jah Wobble’s bass […]

September 2008

The summer may be drawing to a close, but the boundaries of dance seem to be ever expanding. This month we look at dance taking place at some of the UK’s popular music festivals this summer, Scottish Ballet’s Tama Barry has written a diary piece detailing the company’s small-scale tour to the Highlands and Islands […]

August 2008

This month, we pay tribute to Mary Clarke, our editor emeritus, who has dedicated an incredible 54 years of service to this magazine, 45 of them as editor. Mary’s wide and deep subject knowledge covers all aspects of dance, and her sharply perceptive articles and reviews of dance performances of all kinds – from the […]

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