Nominations have been announced for the South Bank Sky Arts Awards.
Men in Motion, Ivan Putrov’s showcase of male dancing, comes to the London Coliseum from January 30 to 31.
Week 8 BREAKING NEWS: while our stars were distracted by feathery fans, camp cowboys and dizzying hyperbole, their Blackpool dressing rooms were beset by seaside bandits. Possibly pirates. Rumours that their haul included all of the judges’ low scoring paddles remain unconfirmed. Yet how else to explain Saturday’s WTF marking? Of course, the judging process […]
The Art of Displacement is a new exhibition by dance photographer Simon Tomkinson, running at London’s Silverprint Gallery until December 12.
Week 7, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways: 1. Claudia! 2. No theme! 3. Actual dancing! 4. Bye bye, Dave! 5. After 10 million references to Blackpool, Darcey still confused it with Brighton! (I can’t judge – I’m hazy about anything outside Zone 2.)
In partnership with the Royal Academy of Dance, the free online arts website HiBROW [www.hibrow.tv] has filmed in-depth interviews with ballerina Darcey Bussell, Kevin O’Hare, director of The Royal Ballet, and Christopher Hampson, director of Scottish Ballet.
For his show, m¡longa, at Sadler’s Wells this week, contemporary choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui explores the origins of tango. Zoë Anderson finds out about a Flemish-Moroccan choreographer’s encounter with tango Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui is clearly fascinated by collaboration. He has a history of trying different styles: from a contemporary dance background, he’s worked with a […]
Nominations for the 14th National Dance Awards were announced today by the dance section of the Critics’ Circle.
The new season at the Lilian Baylis features talks, intimate works and more from the Sadler’s Wells Wild Card series, which gives young artists the chance to programme an evening of work they admire.
The new season of dance at the Peacock Theatre includes shows from hip hop to Havana, taking in TV dance show talent along the way.
Sadler’s Wells has now released full details for spring and summer 2014, with performances at the Peacock Theatre and the Lilian Baylis Studio as well as the main stage. The venue had already announced highlights, such as Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch and Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan. The complete line-up includes details of Flamenco Festival […]
The British Library opens a major new exhibition to the public tomorrow, November 8, Georgians Revealed: Life, Style and the Making of Modern Britain, providing insight into life in 18th- and 19th-century Britain and displaying never before seen artefacts that shed light on today’s popular culture.