Editorial and contents May 2018 We seem to be travelling the world in the May issue of Dancing Times. Not only do we journey to Blackpool in advance of the Blackpool Dance Festival at the end of the month, as well as hear from the British Amateur Latin dancers Lloyd Perry and Rebecca Scott, we […]
Casting for a major role in a film adaptation directed by Oscar winning director Tom Hooper, from the stage musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber, with Working Title Films/Universal Studios producing Female, 16-25 years old, any ethnicity, high standard of ballet and singing If you would like to be considered please send a photo and your […]
Graham Watts experiences the capital’s dance scene during March and April 2018 One of the better rites of spring is that these months bring out the best of dance and this year’s ritual feast was special, including a host of London, UK and world premieres. Sadler’s Wells was busy at the beginning of March, opening […]
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Editorial and contents April 2018 First of all, Dancing Times would like to apologise for the late delivery of the magazine last month. Although everything was printed and ready to go on time, the winter weather that suddenly swept across the country at the end of February meant there were considerable delays to the delivery […]
I wasn’t in London for the premiere of Christopher Wheeldon’s Corybantic Games in March, but a profile published on British Vogue’s website of Erdem Moralıoğlu, Wheeldon’s costume designer for the Hellenistically-infused ballet, excited me. Fashion and dance are intoxicating bed fellows; it’s satisfying that a contemporary fashion designer from the UK is working with a […]