WIN! – a pair of tickets to Romeo and Juliet and a night at top London hotel The Gore Hotel, including a three-course dinner, on Saturday, June 14 (eve).
Ballet typically requires plenty of hard work, finesse and a great sense of timing – whether for the most minimal pirouette or a hugely complicated routine. Those who manage to perfect it will rightly feel a great sense of accomplishment, but those who excel might wonder if they’re among the best dancers around. A competition, […]
Carlos Acosta’s production of Don Quixote, created for The Royal Ballet in 2013, has now been released on DVD.
Encore Dance Company, the touring company for Tring Park School for the Performing Arts, will be dancing at the Elgiva Theatre, Chesham, on April 24 before travelling on to venues across England and Wales.
The Castaways, choreographed by Barak Marshall and danced by Rambert, tells the story of a cast of 12 characters trapped in a strange, unexplained, seemingly underground limbo. How they have arrived here and how they are to escape are not clear. Their predicament is nonetheless enthralling.
The Manchester OM Yoga Show, held at Manchester Central from May 10 to 11, is a perfect introduction to yoga.
Dance and Movement Theatre ROZBARK, which performs in Bytom, Poland, will be holding a supplementary audition for male and female dancers with a minimum of three years experience for its production of This is not a love song, choreographed by Uri Ivgi and Johan Greben (pictured).
At Dancing Times we know how expensive a dancing lifestyle can be. So we’ve teamed up with Dance Direct for this exclusive competition for one lucky reader to win £150 to spend at their online store.
Dancing Times has ten pairs of complimentary tickets to give away to MOVE IT, the UK’s largest dance event, which takes place at Olympia in London.
Dance and Movement Theatre ROZBARK, which performs in Bytom, Poland, will be holding auditions for male and female dancers with a minimum of three years experience for its production of This is not a love song, choreographed by Uri Ivgi and Johan Greben.
Dancers’ Career Development (DCD) and The Royal Ballet Benevolent Fund (RBBF) have announced a new initiative that will increase support for the retraining of independent dancers in the UK. From January 2014, additional funds will provide new RBBF bursaries in order to help overcome financial barriers to retraining. This is the latest development in a […]
David Bintley’s production of The Prince of the Pagodas has its UK premiere this season.