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Win tickets to Astana Ballet in London

Astana Ballet, the Republic of Kazakhstan’s leading ballet company, presents four one-act ballets in its London debut from September 12 to 14 at the Royal Opera House’s Linbury Theatre. The mixed bill combines modern choreography with a flavour of traditional Kazakh folk art and includes performances of The Heritage of the Great Steppe, Love Fear […]

Win a book on Carlos Acosta’s Tocororo!

We have three copies of the late Angela Taylor’s photographic book Carlos Acosta Tocororo A Cuban Tale to giveaway as competition prizes. Published by Oberon Books in 2004, the volume includes photographs of Acosta and his dancers preparing for, and performing in, his well-known show, Tocororo, as well as some every-day scenes of Havana. To […]

Rambert School

Rambert School, based in South West London, has an international reputation for delivering elite vocational dance training. The equal emphasis on ballet and contemporary dance is arguably unique within the UK and the curriculum is enriched by input from guest artists and choreographers from the profession. Throughout the School’s history, of almost 100 years, the […]

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 […]

Tendu

Tendu is a young, exciting brand developed in 2010. It has quickly established a reputation for innovative, quality products and continues to grow year after year. A need had arisen in the dance market for really functional, good quality accessories at fair prices. Tendu provides these by keeping the focus on the product, rather than […]

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 […]

ISTD

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 […]

Royal Academy of Dance Enterprises

The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) is the membership organisation for dance teachers and dance lovers, with over 14,000 members in 84 countries. RAD teachers enter more students for dance exams than any other organisation and the syllabus is taught at leading dance schools where alumni have gone on to perform with some of the […]

Legwear International

Having established the Silky brand as a key player in the UK hosiery industry Legwear International decided to create the Silky Dance range with the same mission – to use their extensive knowledge and experience to make the best quality dance tights at the lowest possible prices. 11 years later Legwear International is one of […]

July 2019 issue

This month we bid farewell to choreographer David Bintley, who is stepping down as director of Birmingham Royal Ballet after 24 years; find out about Iain Mackay’s plans for the Yorkshire Ballet Seminars; and report back on the 2019 edition of Blackpool Dance Festival. In addition, we take a look at voguing, as well as […]

June 2019

Editorial and contents June 2019 A favourite ballet returns to the repertoire of The Royal Ballet this month. The Firebird has become one of the few works from the era of Serge Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes to have survived into the current century, and its revival at the Royal Opera House allows Dancing Times to take […]

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