Danish Dance Theatre, one of Scandanavia’s leading contemporary dance companies, will tour the UK next spring.
Asian-inspired dance company Sankalpam present Corpo-realities at Laban Theatre, south London, on November 16–17.
Michelle Williams, one of the celebrities in this year’s “Strictly Come Dancing”, has damaged her ankle after a fall in training.
The first European Festival of Contemporary Dance will be held in Poland from June 28–July 4, 2011.
The International DanceSport Federation has become a member of the International Masters Games Association (IMGA), meaning that dance will now be included in the World and European Masters Games.
Following the enormous success of Billy Youth Theatre 2010, the producers of Billy Elliot the Musical are delighted to announce the second year of this countrywide scheme as part of which participating schools and youth groups will be given the opportunity to stage their own production of this internationally award-winning show.
Alastair Spalding, artistic director and chief executive of Sadler’s Wells, announced the highlights of its Spring 2011 season at a press conference on October 26.
Week 4 “Tangos will take off and Charlestons will flap,” thundered Tess’s voiceover. But that’s not the focus of this evening’s show. Oh no. We have teaser footage of Ann…in a harness! Has Widdy found her wings? Just when you thought “Strictly” couldn’t get any more exciting. And it’s only week 4…
Sports Leaders UK has created a new programme, “Boys on Beat”, aimed at teenagers and young men in Scotland.
Retina Dance Company come to Djanogly Theatre, Nottingham on October 29, with a programme that includes Edinburgh Fringe hit La Lutte.
Early in November, Violette Verdy and Helgi Tomasson will teach and coach their roles in Balanchine’s La Source for The George Balanchine Foundation’s Interpreters Archive.
It’s been a busy dance week, with hard work and celebrations both being reported on Twitter.