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Fantastic Feats

Human body sculptures, free runners and virtual reality playgrounds launch the City of London’s Fantastic Feats next month. Kickstarting the event is Austrian choreographer Willi Dorner’s imaginative pop-up performance entitled Bodies in Urban Spaces, which will see human bodies squeezed into nooks and crannies across the city. A group of local dancers, performers, and free […]

June 2019 issue

With the return of Mikhail Fokine’s The Firebird, this month we take a look at one of the most popular works to have survived from the era of Serge Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes, as well as preview a new exhibition at Tate Modern on the artist and stage designer Natalia Goncharova, perhaps best known for her […]

May 2019

In this special issue of Dancing Times, we mark the centenary of the birth of Margot Fonteyn, one of the greatest ballerinas of the 20th century, and the only dancer to be accorded the title prima ballerina assoluta by The Royal Ballet. Born in Reigate, Surrey, on May 18, 1919, Fonteyn had an extraordinary stage […]

Advertise in the July issue of Dancing Times

We will be printing additional copies of the July issue of Dancing Times (due to be published June 27) which will be distributed to students and teachers at dance summer schools during July and August. Please book space by Friday May 24, artwork and payment can follow by June 5. To book space or for […]

SLP College

SLP College is one of the UK’s leading training grounds for dance and musical theatre. The highly qualified staff have all worked and continue to work within the industry, while there is a regular programme of guest teachers and musical directors visiting the college to work with students. SLP graduates have secured contracts to perform […]


In 2010 Dincwear began creating high quality and distinctive dancewear for professional dancers to rehearse in. It has succeeded in this aim with many of the top dancers regularly being pictured in Dincwear clothing –  including 15 of the “Strictly” professional dance stars!   For more information visit

Harlequin Floors

Harlequin Floors is the world leader in advanced technology flooring. Established in the UK in 1979 it has established an enviable global reputation as experts in floors for dance, performing arts, theatres, schools and rehearsal studios worldwide. Harlequin’s experience and reputation is founded on the manufacture and supply of a range of long lasting portable […]


The Level 6 DDP programme is part of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD) Higher Teaching qualifications portfolio. It is a dance teaching qualification regulated by Ofqual at Level 6 of the Qualifications and Credit Framework. The DDP offers a unique opportunity for dancers and teachers of different genres to extend their knowledge […]

International Dance Supplies

IDS is the true one stop shop for all of your dancewear and performance needs. Based in the UK but with an international customer base, IDS is a large dance wholesaler selling direct to dance teachers and retailers. The company’s New Limited Edition costume range is an exciting new selection for the modern dancer. The stunning […]

The Hammond

As an established performing arts provider in the North West of England, The Hammond is delighted to be celebrating its centenary during 2017. Since its beginnings as a dance class in 1917 under the direction of Miss Irene Hammond in the Ballroom at The Grosvenor Hotel in Chester, The Hammond has provided a supportive and […]

Freed of London

Freed of London are the world’s leading designer and manufacturer of professional dance shoes. When Freed’s founder, Frederick Freed, began his career he was creating both pointe shoes and theatrical shoes, bespoke for customers. It wasn’t until the end of the 60’s when Freed began to expand the theatrical shoe range and build upon the […]

April 2019

Editorial and contents April 2019 Dance teachers are the focus of this month’s Dancing Times, which includes interviews with ballet teachers Carlos Valcárcel, now head of dance at English National Ballet School, and the Greek-born Christiana Stefanou, who travels the world teaching at a number of prestigious ballet companies. In addition, regular contributor Phil Meacham […]

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