Magician Paul Daniels became the second celebrity to be voted off this year’s “Strictly Come Dancing”.
“Join the Dance” is a new event in support of the BBC’s Children in Need 2010 and of A Right Blether, a consultation by Tam Baillie, Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People.
Choreographer Phillippe Saire presents a trilogy of performances, including the new work Opus No.3, at the Théâtre Sévelin 36, Lausanne, from November 23–December 19.
The Balletboyz are the choreographers for Love Tomorrow, a new screen dance project starring dancers Cindy Jourdain and Arionel Vargas.
Recruitment at Arts at The Old Fire Station, Oxford Arts staff wanted! Arts at The Old Fire Station, Oxford has launched a new project, working in partnership with a new Crisis Skylight Centre for homeless and vulnerably housed people. The project is an opportunity to develop flagship facilities, placing creativity and people at its centre. […]
Week 2 Two words: ballroom battle! Week 2 of “Strictly” was all about the top couples trying to retain their positions and the disappointing pairs working to redeem themselves. The leaderboard got a shake-up, with some rising (Patsy) and others plummeting (Gavin). And, of course, we had to wave farewell to one couple.
In the first “Strictly Come Dancing” results show of 2010, Goldie became the first celebrity to be voted off. The judges’ scores had left Ann Widdecombe and Anton Du Beke at the bottom of the leaderboard, but the combination of judges’ scores and viewer vote meant that Goldie and his partner Kristina Rihanoff were eliminated.
Alicia Alonso celebrates her 90th birthday this year. The Royal Ballet pays tribute to the Cuban ballerina on October 15, dedicating the opening night of its first mixed programme this season to her.
Cork City Ballet’s new Swan Lake, at Cork Opera House from November 24–27, will star Sofia Gumerova and Nikita Shcheglov from the Maryinsky Ballet.
A reunion for former students of Bush Davies School is to be held at Charters Towers, East Grinstead, from 2-4pm on October 20, 2010. This will be the very last time the Défile will be performed in the theatre before it is demolished. Due to the restrictions of space, places are strictly limited to ex-students […]
Dance photographs by Pamela Moncur, a former soloist with The Royal Ballet, are part of the exhibition Exposure at Obsidian Art in Stoke Mandeville.
Famous flamenco maestro Javier Latorre will be teaching Escuela de Baile’s intensive Christmas course at Sadler’s Wells between December 27 and 31 this year. One of the greats of our day, you’ll find that many famous dancers list him as both teacher and stylistic influence in their CVs. Principal Nuria Garcia explains: “He’s probably one […]