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Ballet under the stars

Covent Garden Dance Company will present an evening of ballet in the 17th-century walled garden of Hatch House, near Tisbury, Wiltshire, from July 15 to 17. Titled Ballet Under the Stars, the performances are conceived and directed by Matt Brady, founder of Covent Garden Dance Company, and will include guest appearances by former Royal Ballet […]

June 2016

We look forward to a summer of dance this month, from The Australian Ballet – with our cover star Leanne Stojmenov – at the London Coliseum to Fearghus Ó Conchúir’s The Casement Project and choreographer Jessica Lang’s new response to Shakespeare’s sonnets… Shakespeare with a wink David Mead talks to choreographer Jessica Lang, who is […]

Marianela Nuñez on Giselle

The Royal Ballet principal speaks to Zoë Anderson about Giselle on stage and on screen Offstage and on, Marianela Nuñez seems to have energy forever. When I spoke to her in December, it was a conversation full of delighted exclamations, and opinions, too: she’s blunt about guest artists who don’t get to know the companies […]

Christopher Marney appointed artistic director of Ballet Central

Choreographer and dancer Christopher Marney (pictured) has been appointed artistic director of Ballet Central. Marney, who trained at Central School of Ballet, has danced leading roles for Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures, and choreographed for companies including Ballet Black. Founded in 1984, Ballet Central gives Central School of Ballet’s final-year students first-hand experience of professional dance. Heidi […]

May 2016

Editorial and contents May 2016 This latest issue of Dancing Times has two strands running through it: the annual British Open Dance Festival, which will be at Blackpool from May 26 to June 3, and a focus on horror and dance, to mark the premieres of two new works that take classic horror stories as […]

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