For MOVE IT weekend only (March 7–9), Dancing Times and Dance Today will be offering one third off the original price of their digital magazines and subscriptions through Pocketmags.
It’s back! Last year our very first Dance Today Teacher of the Year competition was a huge success, with hundreds of readers voting for their favourite dance teacher.
Carole Edrich blogs from Sadler’s Wells Flamenco Festival When I started learning flamenco with Escuela de Baile, the monthly Peña Flamenca de Londres and a little bar in Hanway Street were the only places we could share our love of the dance.
Carole Edrich blogs from Sadler’s Wells Flamenco Festival Even knowing that he’s an internationally acknowledged master, hugely respected for the quality of his old-world jondo and the way he interprets modern flamenco styles, it was difficult to reconcile the glimpses caught of the diminutive Miguel Poveda (pictured) backstage with his stage presence and voice, which has the […]
Carole Edrich blogs from Sadler’s Wells Flamenco Festival The friendly café staff at the Stage Door Bar and Café know I’m here to find stories, so as I set up on a nearby table tell me their latest news. Apparently, at lunchtime the people from Ballet Flamenco Sara Baras relax by picking out a palo, with […]
The Paris Opéra Ballet has announced its programme for the 2014–15 season, with a repertory ranging from hip hop and Wayne McGregor to Manon and Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker.
Strictly Come Dancing professionals Kevin Clifton and Karen Hauer (pictured) are to become patrons of the Wheelchair Dance Sport Association (UK) (WDSA (UK)), a charity and governing body for wheelchair dance and wheelchair dancesport in the UK.
After three years as director of the Royal New Zealand Ballet (RNZB), Ethan Stiefel has decided not to renew his contract with the company. He will return to the US at the start of September. The company hopes to continue its association with ballerina Gillian Murphy, Stiefel’s fiancée, who became its principal guest artist in […]
Carole Edrich blogs from Sadler’s Wells Flamenco Festival Ballet Flamenco Sara Baras opened Sadler’s Wells Flamenco Festival with a production of La Pepa, which started 40 minutes late. This meant the audience was a tad twitchy, although I think it’s part of the fun to reminisce about flamenco-related mañana moments over a drink with friends.
Pink Swing, London’s first LGBT swing dance club, will be offering classes on Monday evenings from March 3 at the Tea House Theatre in Vauxhall.