A Service of Thanksgiving for the life of Mollie Webb, Librarian of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD) for over 20 years, will be held at St Paul’s Church, Long Lane, Finchley, at 3pm on Friday April 20 (click here for details about the church). Light refreshments will be served afterwards, and the […]
Headway East London’s Dance Marathon is back in town on April 28. An annual fundraiser for brain injury charity Headway East London, the Dance Marathon registration is now open and needs you.
With over 100,000 YouTube hits and an outpouring of adulation, it’s safe to say that the Sugar Dandies, AKA Sören and Bradley Stauffer-Kruse, made quite a debut on ITV’s “Britain’s Got Talent” – and their experience helped them deal with the pressure of this big stage.
After an extremely successful first year of taking ballet classes out across the country, Birmingham Royal Ballet’s associated school, Elmhurst School for Dance is once again going to be offering weekend classes for eight to 11 year olds in four towns and cities across the country.
Do something special on April 1 by joining lessons and a daytime milonga in the beautiful ballroom of HMS President on the Thames (between Temple and Blackfriars).
The Mars Refuel Drink Fund, which was set up to encourage people to try new sports and do their favourite exercise for longer, including dance, of course, will open for entries from April 2.
As dance lovers debate Wayne Eagling’s resignation from English National Ballet, Dancing Times has received another letter discussing his time as director, from someone who has worked closely with the company
English National Ballet is delighted to offer readers of Dancing Times best available seats for Beyond Ballets Russes: programme 2. Tickets cost £10*
This spring, Natya STEM Dance Kampni of Bangalore will visit Brecon, Swansea, Cardiff, Pontypridd and Wrexham as part of an artistic exchange with National Dance Company Wales (NDCWales).
On Thursday, March 29, Scottish Ballet will host an online panel discussion exploring the company’s new production A Streetcar Named Desire.
Freed of London, the shoe and dancewear shop based at 94, St Martin’s Lane, London WC2N, will close for a refit from April 21, the first in what is believed to be more than 30 years.
In an extraordinary letter sent to Dancing Times, a group of ballet lovers and supporters of English National Ballet, who have asked to remain anonymous, wonder about the reasons behind the resignation of ENB’s artistic director, Wayne Eagling.