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Big screen Manon

On Wednesday, June 1, The Royal Ballet performance of Manon will be shown live on big screens across the country.  The free performance is part of the BP Summer Big Screen season.

The Swing Dancing Olympic Bid

Around 500 dancers will set Spitalfields swinging at 4–5.30pm on May 30 in a bid to appear at the 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony. 

Tutu’d Walk for Life

Dancers from English National Ballet will be dancing through the Terence Higgins Trust’s 10-kilometre Walk for Life, helping to raise funds for the HIV and sexual health charity.

Tutu’d Walk for Life

Dancers from English National Ballet will be dancing through the Terence Higgins Trust’s 10-kilometre Walk for Life, helping to raise funds for the HIV and sexual health charity.

Dance highlights in Salisbury

The Salisbury International Arts Festival has opened, with a programme that includes plenty of dance alongside theatre, circus, film, music and spoken word. This year, the festival focuses on the themes of China, dance and air, with venues from Salisbury Cathedral to Stonehenge (pictured by Adrian Harris Photography). There’s also a chance to join in, […]

Summer party for English National Ballet

Ballet meets fashion at Kensington Palace this June, when English National Ballet launches a designer tutu auction for its summer fundraising party.

Workshop: Eglevsky Ballet at Long Island

The Eglevsky Summer Intensive Workshop will run at Hofstra University in Long Island, New York, from July 5–29. Directed by Marina Eglevsky, the programme is for young dancers (from six to pre-professional level). The programme exposes students to a wide variety of disciplines, with an emphasis on classical ballet technique. The diverse curriculum includes classical […]

WIN! English National Ballet tickets

From July 21–24, English National Ballet dance a programme of Roland Petit ballets at the London Coliseum. Petit, one of France’s most famous choreographers, worked in music hall and for Hollywood as well as in ballet, showing a Parisian sense of theatre and glamour.

Don’t miss our book, CD and DVD sale!

Dancing Times Ltd will be holding a book, CD and DVD sale of all our remaining stock from 10am to 4pm on Tuesday, June 14, 2011. Don’t miss this opportunity to purchase a huge array of dance books, CDs and DVDs at up to 50 per cent off the retail price.

Sadler’s Wells autumn season

Sadler’s Wells has announced its autumn season for 2011. The programme is dominated by a new Out of Asia strand, with artists and themes from China, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Japan and Taiwan. There are also new works from Clod Ensemble (pictured, photograph by Manuel Vason), Fabulous Beast, Rambert Dance Company, Wayne McGregor and ZooNation.

Benji Reid in The Devil Has Quentin’s Heart

The opportunity to see the Manchester-based performer Benji Reid is always one to be taken. A fine exponent of body popping and other hip hop and break dancing styles, Reid’s exceptional facility lies in the ability to take his slim, lanky body – it appears at times almost goofy and rubbery – and craft movement […]

Dance highlights in Salisbury

The Salisbury International Arts Festival opens on Friday, May 20 with a programme that includes plenty of dance alongside theatre, circus, film, music and spoken word. This year, the festival focuses on the themes of China, dance and air, with venues from Salisbury Cathedral to Stonehenge.

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