We have packed a lot into this month’s magazine, with a whole range of articles and interviews, news and reviews. Diana Vishneva, the Maryinsky ballerina who also has an international career, talks to Zoë Anderson about her new show, On the Edge, which comes to the London Coliseum this month; Jeannette Andersen celebrates the 25th […]
We feature no fewer than four British-based choreographers in this month’s issue of Dancing Times, three of whom are celebrating significant anniversaries. David Bintley has been leading Birmingham Royal Ballet for 20 years, and he talks openly about his work as a choreographer and director to Paul Arrowsmith. Robert Cohan, who was instrumental in establishing […]
This year’s Breakin’ Convention, the annual festival of hip hop dance theatre held at London’s Sadler’s Wells, features a mix of lindy hop and hip hop, three sets of twins and an adult-only strand. It takes place over the bank holiday weekend of May 1 to 4.
This month, we pay tribute to Mary Clarke, our beloved editor emeritus, and speak to our cover star, Aurélie Dupont, as she prepares to leave the stage of the Paris Opéra Ballet. In this issue, we also investigate adult amateur ballet, the recent Munich reconstruction of Paquita and more…
Kunststiftung NRW (the arts foundation of north Rhine-Westphalia) and Pina Bausch Foundation have announced a new grant for dance and choreography.
Hofesh Shechter Company has announced #HOFEST, a London season celebrating the range of its work. Held in September and October 2015, the season will include new works by Shechter, revivals and his first opera production.
Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace are preparing to dance in their final ever theatre show, which they promise will be their most moving production yet. The Last Tango opens in September 2015 ahead of a 33-week theatre tour.
The professional line-up for the 2015 series of Strictly Come Dancing has been announced. There are three new dancers: 2012 Italian champion Giovanni Pernice, eight-time South African Latin champion Otlile Mabuse and Russian-born Dancing With The Stars favourite Gleb Savchenko.
Look out for the first ever Che London! Tango Festival, four days of pure tango salón, with workshops, tango boosts – including free beginners’ sessions – practicas and evening milongas.
Catch a “Brazilliant” showcase of hot carnival rhythms, colourful costumes and fast, beautiful dance moves at Pavilion Gardens Café in Brighton on May 3, as part of Brighton Fringe.
The Royal Ballet’s new season, announced today by Kevin O’Hare, will include Frankenstein by Liam Scarlett and new works by Carlos Acosta, Will Tuckett, Christopher Wheeldon and Wayne McGregor.
The Ardani 25 Dance Gala, held at the London Coliseum on July 17 and 18, has a starry cast including Natalia Osipova, Edward Watson, Ivan Vasiliev, Marcelo Gomes, Denis Matvienko, Joaquín De Luz and Friedemann Vogel in an evening of new and recent choreography. The gala is presented by Sergei Danilian of Ardani Artists.