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May 2017 issue

From Blackpool to Paris to the West End: our May issue covers a wide range of dance, with tango dancers Esteban Domenichini and Leticia Fallacara, stars of the show Tanguera, smouldering on our front cover. This month, Dancing Times launches Laura Cappelle’s new regular column on dance in France, looks at the experience of appearing […]

Industrial dance at the Festival of Making

Staff at an industrial bakery will create a new piece of contemporary dance for the Festival of Making, held from May 6 to 7 in Blackburn, Lancashire. The new dance work is part of a series of artist residencies called Art in Manufacturing. Cherry Tree Bakery, an organisation that researches physical movement and repetitive stress, […]

Mark Morris world premiere in Liverpool

This summer, Liverpool celebrates 50 years of The Beatles’ album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. The programme of 13 world premieres – one for each of the album’s 13 songs – includes a work by Mark Morris, plus theatre, art, music and multi-media performances. Sgt. Pepper at 50: Heading for Home will be performed […]

One Dance UK’s Choreographic Observerships

Applications are now open for One Dance UK’s Choreographic Observerships Programme, 2017 to 2018. This programme was launched to meet demand from choreographers to observe other artists at work, either to open up new areas of work – such as commercials, theatre or opera – or to learn from another artist’s creative practice. “I was […]

The Royal Ballet 2017-2016 season

The Royal Ballet has announced its plans for the 2017–18 season, including a new production of Swan Lake by Liam Scarlett, a celebration of Kenneth MacMillan and new ballets by Twyla Tharp, Arthur Pita, Wayne McGregor and Christopher Wheeldon. Twyla Tharp’s The Illustrated “Farewell” has its world premiere on November 6, as part of a triple bill with Arthur […]

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