Bill Harpe, a long-standing contributor to Dancing Times, is undertaking a 12-hour dance marathon on Saturday, September 19, in order to raise funds to cover a 35 per cent cut in Arts Council support over three years for The Black-E in Liverpool, the UK’s first community arts project, where he has been actively involved since […]
Sergei Filin, the director of the Bolshoi Ballet who was nearly blinded in a horrific acid attack organised by one of his own dancers in Moscow in 2013, has been told his contract with the company will not be renewed when it expires in March 2016.
Fallen Angels Dance Theatre is looking for a petite female dancer/dance artist with classical/contemporary dance training and at least three years professional experience.
With the popularity of dance increasing and genres becoming ever closer, Dancing Times Ltd has decided to go back to its roots and cover all forms of dance, both performance and social, within the covers of one magazine – Dancing Times.
The Royal Danish Ballet School, under the direction of Thomas Lund, is looking for a ballet teacher to work with its apprentices.
Ian Knowles and Teresa Guerreiro have recently launched a very useful and informative website that offers advice to young ballet dancers about to embark on a professional career, including information on contracts and salaries in the UK, Europe and the US.
Dance Today and sister magazine, Dancing Times, are the UK’s leading dance monthlies. Packed with news, reviews and interviews, Dance Today hosts an array of features on the ballroom, Latin and social dance scene, including interviews with and articles by the stars of Strictly Come Dancing, whilst Dancing Times concentrates on ballet, contemporary dance, musical theatre and all […]
Dancing Times, and sister magazine Dance Today, are the UK’s leading dance monthlies. Packed with news, reviews and interviews, Dancing Times hosts an array of features on ballet, contemporary dance, musical theatre and all forms of stage dance, whilst Dance Today concentrates on the ballroom, Latin and social dance scene, including the stars of Strictly […]
The third-year musical theatre students of Performance Preparation Academy (PPA) will be appearing in the Tony Award-nominated musical, Bring It On: The Musical, at The Electric Theatre, Guildford, from March 5 to 7.
The Hammond School in Chester will be dancing Jane Elliott’s production of the full-length ballet La Bayadère at its theatre in Mannings Lane, Chester, from March 26 to 27. The production will include many of the work’s famous set-pieces, including the celebrated “Kingdom of the Shades” scene.
Next month, London Studio Centre (LSC) is launching new Junior Associate classes, which aim to give children and young adults aged between seven and 14 the opportunity to gain high quality dance training in a fun and friendly environment. Classes will take place at LSC’s new home based at artsdepot in North Finchley.
Dancers who post pictures of themselves at rest can win goodies from Dancing Times and Dance UK! With Dance UK, we have launched a social media campaign to promote the importance of rest for dancers. During July and August 2014, dancers are encouraged to share photographs of themselves resting, posted to facebook and Twitter with […]