“Moving Movements“ is the slogan of Hamburg Ballet’s new image campaign, which was launched at the beginning of the current season.
A new acquisition for the Hungarian National Ballet, A Rosszul őrzött lány secured a rousing reception on its first night – Frederick Ashton’s delightfully sunny La Fille mal gardée has gone Magyar. The ballet was danced with aplomb, and Alexander Grant, the work’s custodian and the original Alain in 1960, was there to oversee final […]
Happy New Year! 2011 will be a busy dance year – what are you looking forward to?
Don’t forget – Birmingham Royal Ballet’s new production of Cinderella will be televised this Christmas.
Season’s greetings to all our readers.
Siobhan Davies Dance has announced performances and events for 2011, including activities at Siobhan Davies Studios.
January issue on sale now, featuring an interview with Rupert PennefatherThe January issue of Dancing Times is now on sale.
Week 12 It’s official: “Strictly” addiction is a dangerous virus, like mad cow disease or swine flu. Do you need a ballroom flu friend? In other news, Bruce has been set loose on the glitterball with a hammer and chisel. Hope the BBC has good insurance.
Kara Tointon and Artem Chigvintsev were the winners of this year’s “Strictly Come Dancing”.
Rambert Dance Company’s £19.6 million campaign to move to purpose-built headquarters on London’s South Bank has been boosted by a new award of £7 million from Arts Council England. Rambert seeks to raise the final £2.6 million, hoping to start on site in spring 2011 and to move in in spring 2013.
English National Ballet has announced its 2011 performances at the London Coliseum.
Week 11 It’s the “Strictly” semi-final showdown! Our stars are dreaming of the glitterball trophy, but they get a rude awakening…the nightmare of two eliminations! Really, this is a surprise? Wasn’t anyone listening last week? I’m sure Tess mentioned the double elimination at least six times. (Amusingly, Kara sleeps with a Russian guidebook in place […]