In last month’s issue of Dancing Times we reviewed Barbara Newman’s new book of interviews, Never Far From Dancing, which is published by Routledge.
The Merchants of Bollywood returns to the West End’s Peacock Theatre from January 28 to February 15, 2014, featuring new choreography and high-energy Bollywood hits.
DSI TV is offering a new concept for the new year: “Through the Eyes of Champions”, presented by champion Latin dancers Michael Malitowski and Joanna Leunis.
Cirque du Soleil’s combination of oddity, artistry and virtuosity in Quidam at the Royal Albert Hall on January 7 wows Marianka Swain The wilfully obtuse title of this mind-bending show refers to an anonymous passer-by who escapes the crowd by proclaiming their individuality, but it’s more a celebration of the exceptional than the average, unless […]
Hip hop dance company ZooNation are looking for new members to join their successful and ambitious youth company in 2014.
Darlington’s Indoor Market was transformed on December 5, from 10am till 3pm, when locals were invited by Anton Hecht, Creative Darlington and the stall-holders to get involved in a tango art film project.
Siobhan Davies Dance will collaborate with three leading UK contemporary art venues this spring. The company will be at the ICA from January 8 to 19, at Glasgow’s Tramway from January 29 to February 2 and at Arnolfini in Bristol in April.
Scottish Dance Theatre is looking for creative and versatile male and female dancers, with a minimum of three years of performance experience since graduation. The Dundee-based company is offering full-time fixed term contracts from summer 2014.
The New Year’s honours list included a group of people recognised for their services to dance and to the arts, from choreographers to dance teachers, in styles from South Asian dance to ballet.
Northern Ballet has changed the programme for its visit to Edinburgh in March, following a shortage of ships.
Nikolai Tsiskaridze, the incoming rector of St Petersburg’s Vaganova Academy, has announced the resignation of prorector Alexei Fomkin.
Based in the north west, Fallen Angels Dance Theatre (FADT) is a professional dance theatre company that exists to break down barriers through creativity and self-expression by demonstrating the power of transformative theatre.