On March 5, Dance UK and The Place present Launch 2011, a professional development day for final year dance students and recent graduates. The day includes seminars, practical advice from dance professionals, networking opportunities and a chat show-style discussion session.
Award-winning physical theatre troupe The Kosh will perform at London’s Drill Hall on February 26–27. Siân Williams performs The Storeroom, a tale of injustice, murder and cabaret.
Do you love watching dance? Can you capture that love in an image? An exciting new competition will be previewed at MOVE IT this year, with a full launch to follow. It seeks the dance photographers of the future, and encourages people to think about how it feels to dance.
Greenwich Dance is extending its international links in 2011. Dancers from India, Japan and Eastern Europe will come to London to perform in the art deco Borough Hall, while links with dance promoters in Bulgaria, Croatia and Greece have produced a series of inter-city cabarets.
The students of Jarrow School, South Tyneside will perform alongside the dancers of Random Dance in the new work Soma on Friday, March 4.
The Bill T Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company has signed an agreement with performing arts centre Dance Theater Workshop, creating a new company called “New York Live Arts”.
The March issue of Dancing Times is now on sale. Our copies have just arrived in the office, so we’ve been aww-ing over Tim Cross’s photographs of Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Iain Mackay with his son Oscar. There are more pictures from this exclusive photoshoot in our online gallery.
Good news with which to start 2011. Despite the current economic climate, subscriptions to Dancing Times rose by 20 per cent last year, and we would like to thank all our loyal readers and advertisers for sticking with us. 2010 was a special anniversary year for us, but we aim to continue producing consistently informative, […]
Win! New Balletboyz book In 2001, Michael Nunn and William Trevitt founded a new dance company, with an innovative mix of new works and film. Now known as Balletboyz, the company has collaborated with artists including Russell Maliphant and Sylvie Guillem, and has now entered its second generation with its latest show, The Talent. Ballet […]
This spring, a new exhibition examines choreographers and artists of 1970s New York.
St Petersburg in winter is truly magnificent – crystal-clear days (if you are lucky), frozen canals and plenty of snow, which means near-empty museums and restaurants – all made for an unstressful life. In contrast, the cultural life of this great city continues unabated, theatres full of eager audiences.
English National Ballet’s song and dance hit Strictly Gershwin will tour the UK this autumn, following a summer season at the Royal Albert Hall.