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Stepping out

The city of New York doesn’t feel like any other part of the US I’ve visited. When you’re walking down Sixth Avenue, or jumping on to a subway at Times Square, you walk a bit quicker and hold a little more elasticity in your body; you could go anywhere and do anything. In the middle […]

September 2018

One of the suggestions that came up in the responses to our recent Readers’ Survey was a request for more articles on classical ballet technique. I’m delighted to announce that this month sees the start of a regular new series on the subject, written specially for Dancing Times by Rachel Rist, director of dance at […]

The bigger picture of jazz dance

A new film aims to uncover the traditions of jazz dance. Zak Nemorin, West End performer and head of jazz at Millennium Performing Arts, wanted to honour his mentor Jacki Mitchell with a film; in collaboration with director Khadifa Wong and producer Lisa Donmall-Reeve, the project has grown into an in-depth film that will be […]

Strictly Speaking – Week 1

Hello, new young people viewers to Strictly Come Dancing! Snapchat this on your Tide Pod slime, amiright? Yes, in Joe Sugg’s honour, the BBC has – I’m sorry to say – decided it must become hip to the kids of today. Please God let the try-hard shower of emojis that accompanied Joe’s dance never appear […]

Linbury Season announced

The new Linbury Theatre, redeveloped as part of The Royal Opera House’s £50.7 million Open Up Project, has announced its first season. Performances at the new venue will include new works by Aletta Collins and Wayne McGregor, and visiting companies including Introdans, National Dance Company Wales, Ballet Black and Lost Dog. Tickets will be priced […]

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From the archive: Dancing on his tip-top toes

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo broke all box office records at the Peacock Theatre during its season in March this year [2006]. Jonathan Gray talks to the company’s prima ballerina Robert Carter (aka Olga Supphozova) as the company prepares for a return visit on September 19. Photographs by Zoran Jelenic JG: The Trocks are back […]

Strictly Speaking – 2018 Launch Show

Marianka Swain introduces the contestants… Hello again, Strictly fans! It’s Series 16! Woohoo! Series 16, AKA the one where Marianka continually squawks “A YouTuber?” at her screen in the manner of Lady Bracknell’s “A handbag?” and feels about 102 and begins to contemplate the yawning void of mortality, and then remembers the state of the world […]

WIN! The Red Shoes and Bugsy Malone on Blu-ray!

ITV Studios Global Entertainment has announced a series of classic movies, released on Blu-ray in limited collector’s edition SteelBook packaging. Available from September 10, the series includesThe Eagle Has Landed, The Shawshank Redemption and two films of dance interest, the musical Bugsy Malone and the classic ballet film The Red Shoes, which is celebrating its […]

Dance Leaders Required

Dance leaders required for Constantinou Bros Hotels, Cyprus. Experienced dance couple to organise dancing events including sequence, ballroom, line and modern dancing on a daily basis at our three 4 star hotels in Paphos, Cyprus. Seasonal employment from November 2018 to April 2019. Hotel accommodation and full board will be provided Hotel website: cbh-cyprus.com Please […]

Royal Academy of Dance

With nearly 100 years’ experience in training dance teachers, The Royal Academy of Dance  (RAD) is one of the world’s most influential dance education organisations. Over 1,000 students study our dance education and teaching programmes who, when doing so, join a vibrant, global community of dance educators with connections to many high profile dance organisations […]

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