In November, the Dancers’ Career Development (DCD) awarded its 2010 annual bursaries to a sextet of outstanding independent dance artists, in order to assist their respective transitions to an exciting range of career re-training programmes.
In this month’s magazine…
The Blue Elephant Theatre presents a double bill of Clichéd, by Sebastian Rex Dance Group, with the short new play Mind the Gap, written by Rex and performed by theatre company Acting Like Mad.
Yorkshire Dance is showcasing exciting small-scale contemporary dance this week, working with other dance agencies from Newcastle, Manchester and Edinburgh.
Got to Dance Live is a new dance event, launched by Media 10 in partnership with Sky.
Thomas Edur and Agnes Oaks have been awarded CBEs.
Week 8 Just in case we were IN ANY WAY unclear, after the million-and-one references during last week’s show and the many dedicated segments on “It Takes Two”, this week “Strictly” is coming to you live from Vegas! Or, rather, Blackpool. SO easy to get those two confused. “Everyone wants to ILLUMINATE the dance floor […]
Published by Oberon Books, Birmingham Royal Ballet is a sumptuous coffee table book, celebrating the company’s 20 years in Birmingham with over 300 photographs by Bill Cooper and an introduction by dance critic Judith Flanders.
English National Ballet has announced the nominations for its Emerging Dancer Award sponsored by Talbot Hughes McKillop.
Thomas Hauert’s new Il giornale della necropoli (Newspaper of the Cemetery), created for the Zurich Ballet, had its premiere at the Opera House in Zürich on October 30.
Harlequin Floor is supporting Dance UK to take part in The Big Give Christmas Challenge.
Memory, The UK’s first national conference on dance and dementia comes to Liverpool this December.