Our November 2014 issue is now on sale! This month, we have interviews with Strictly Come Dancing’s Robin Windsor, four-time British Amateur champions Mark and Olga Elsbury and historian Lucy Worsley, who presents the BBC Four series Dancing Cheek to Cheek. We have features on stage magic, dancefloors, earthing for dancers and more, plus regular […]
Working in Fitness 2014 is the largest ever survey of the fitness workforce, launched by SkillsActive, the Exercise, Movement and Dance Partnership (EMDP) and the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs).
London Contemporary Dance School (LCDS) will hold a virtual open day on Wednesday, November 5. Using a mix of live streamed and pre-recorded footage, the event will give an insight into life at one of the world’s leading dance conservatories.
Natalia Osipova tells Zoë Anderson about partners, dance styles and what she’d like to dance next.
A Lyrical Dance Concert mixes comedy, cabaret and dance as Gillie Kleiman (pictured), Sara Lindström and Eleanor Sikorski dance out the lyrics of chart hits in a whirlwind of DIY glamour and divas and guitar solos.
Gender is on the agenda in our November 2014 issue. We explore what it takes to be a man in dance – while BalletBoyz Ed Pearce and Adam Kirkham demonstrate male partnering on the dramatic cover photo by Hugo Glendinning – and speak to director-choreographer Susan Stroman about being a woman in the male-dominated world […]
Week 5 This year’s Strictly is becoming renowned for “shock” dance-offs, even though there’s nothing truly shocking about two mediocre lower-leaderboard pairs landing in the bottom. Perhaps more noteworthy is how it’s resisting the producers’ attempts at forced narratives: the hunky sportsman failed to set pulses racing, ditto the supposedly irresistible boy band member, while Judy […]
Fallen Angels Dance Theatre (FADT), a company that uses dance to help and celebrate recovery from addiction, will make its debut at the Royal Opera House on November 18. The intimate event, held in the Clore Studio, will be invitation only, but a lucky Dancing Times reader can win a pair of tickets to the […]
There are some great interviews in this latest issue of Dancing Times, which I hope you will enjoy reading as much as I did when we were putting the magazine together. Zoë Anderson talks to Natalia Osipova, The Royal Ballet’s exciting principal dancer, on the eve of her debuts at Covent Garden this month in […]
Well, here we are at the start of another academic year, as well as being at the beginning of a new dance season. In this month’s Dancing Times, we visit the new Dancers’ Course in Kingston upon Thames run by the BalletBoyz; talk to Jérôme Kaplan, the designer of Northern Ballet’s The Great Gatsby, which […]
With the summer now in full swing, you might be longing to spend time cooling off, so why not take a look at Debbie Malina’s article on skating and dance on page 56, which might take off some of the heat by putting you on ice? Also in this issue, Graham Watts finds out what […]
Principals and soloists from the Royal Danish Ballet will appear at London’s Peacock Theatre on January 9 and 10, 2015. This is part of a Bournonville Celebration tour, which will also visit the Joyce Theater in New York from January 13 to 18. It’s ten years since the Royal Danish Ballet visited London.