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Dada Masilo’s Giselle

Soweto-born dancer and choreographer Dada Masilo brings her latest production Giselle to the UK this autumn with London premiere performances at Sadler’s Wells on October 4 and 5, and a subsequent UK tour. Dancing in the title role, Masilo leads her company of 12 dancers to a score from South African composer, Philip Miller, which […]

Darcey Bussell to leave Strictly

Darcey Bussell shocked Strictly Come Dancing fans with the announcement she is to step down from her role as a judge on the BBC One show. Previously appearing as a guest judge on the programme, Bussell has been a permanent member of the Strictly judging panel since 2012, seeing the show through seven series. In […]

A Context to Pepperland

Call me old-fashioned, but when I go to see dancing, I want to see it. Regardless of the subject, if you can’t distinguish the bodies and their arrangement in space, why watch them? I also want the movement to hang together somehow. Improvisation has its uses, but apparently random activity often resembles incomplete ideas. If […]

New York City Ballet announces 2019–20 season

New York City Ballet’s plans for 2019–20 marks the first full season under the artistic leadership of Jonathan Stafford, artistic director, and Wendy Whelan, associate artistic director. Planned prior to their appointments, the season was designed by Stafford and NYCB resident choreographer and artistic advisor, Justin Peck, while they were serving on the company’s interim […]

Astor tea dance returns to Plymouth

The popular Astor tea dance is to be held on Plymouth Hoe for the first time since World War II as part of the Lady Astor Statue Campaign celebrating 100 years of women in Parliament. For one day only, on May 26, there will be dancing again with a band, professional dancers on hand and […]

BATD

The British Association of Teachers of Dancing was founded in 1982 and became the first dancing association to encourage the professionals of the day to organise themselves into a society to improve and develop the art of dancing. Its goal and mission was to provide dance excellence and education to all members and teachers, which […]

Roch Valley

Roch Valley Dancewear is known throughout the world for superb dance garments, dance shoes and dance accessories. The brand continually strives to develop new and exciting products for dancers of all ages and disciplines. Roch Valley Dancewear recognises the importance of feeling comfortable and looking good as a dancer, whether on stage, in class, or […]

Tring Park

Tring Park School for the Performing Arts stands at the forefront of specialist performing arts education in the UK. Tring Park also offers a full and rounded education to GCSE, BTEC and A level (up to 24 A level subjects).  At Tring Park talented young people from 8–19 specialise in Dance, Acting, Musical Theatre or […]

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