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We will be printing an additional 6,000 copies of the March issue of Dancing Times which will be distributed at MOVE IT, ExCel, March 8-10 We are delighted to offer advertisers the following special package… Every display advertisement booked in the March issue of Dancing Times will also benefit from the following at no extra […]

In memory of Annette Page

The Motor Neurone Disease Association has received a pledge of £200,000 from The Linbury Trust, in memory of the ballerina Annette Page, who died from Motor Neurone Disease in December 2017. Page was a principal dancer with The Royal Ballet in the 1950s and 1960s, and was regularly partnered by her husband, Ronald Hynd. The […]

The Bolshoi’s Don Quixote on the Big Screen

As part of the 2018-19 Bolshoi Ballet cinema season, Alexei Fadeyechev’s much-admired staging of Don Quixote will be screened on December 2 at venues all over the UK. Starring Ekaterina Krysanova as Kitri and Semyon Chudin as Basilio, the ballet is based on the famous book by Cervantes, in which doddery old Don Quixote sets […]

Win! Chitty Chitty Bang Bang on DVD

  To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the classic children’s film, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and as a Christmas treat for our readers, courtesy of MGM Studios and EON Productions, Dancing Times has five copies of the film on DVD to win as competition prizes. Starring Dick Van Dyke and Sally Ann Howes, and featuring […]

WIN! £150 in Theatre Tokens!

Theatre Tokens are national theatre gift vouchers that can be used at more than 240 venues nationwide, including London’s West End. They’re the perfect Christmas present and they have no expiry date. This month, Theatre Tokens are offering ten per cent off for Dancing Times readers – visit and quote “Dancing” by December 31, […]

WIN! Gorgeous goodies from Dancewear Central

Dancewear Central’s range is packed with perfect Christmas presents for the dancer – as you can see from this brilliant prize bundle, worth more than £100. One lucky winner will receive the Tendu Ultimate Dancers’ Sewing Kit (priced at £14.95), to keep your kit in needle-sharp order, a Tendu Massage Ball set to release hardworking […]

November 2018

Editorial and contents November 2018 We tackle a difficult subject in this month’s health column, written by Debbie Malina, which focuses on informing readers about some of the main organisations and services offering help, support and information for anyone experiencing problems with their mental health. It is shocking to discover that suicide is the leading […]

October 2018

With the start of a new volume of Dancing Times – our 109th – we have taken the opportunity to rearrange the placement of some of our regular features. So, for example, you will now find that Laura Cappelle’s FRANCE/dance, Igor Stupnikov’s Letter from St Petersburg and Jack Anderson’s Notes from New York come after […]

Dane at Dulwich

Dane Hurst (pictured by Kristina Kashvili), the South African-born freelance dancer and choreographer who for many years was a popular performer with Rambert, is presenting Animalis, a new work that is being performed each Sunday at Dulwich Picture Gallery in south London in conjunction with an exhibition on the Spanish artist Jusepe de Ribera (1591–1652) […]

Giveaway! Support + Convertible Tights

Legwear International is giving away 100 pairs of its innovative new SUPPORT + CONVERTIBLE tights to Dancing Times readers. Part of the company’s Silky Dance range, the new tights bring medically-proven support technology to dancewear. By enhancing blood flow to the legs, the tights reduce fatigue and the effect of delayed onset muscle soreness. Initially […]

September 2018

One of the suggestions that came up in the responses to our recent Readers’ Survey was a request for more articles on classical ballet technique. I’m delighted to announce that this month sees the start of a regular new series on the subject, written specially for Dancing Times by Rachel Rist, director of dance at […]

The bigger picture of jazz dance

A new film aims to uncover the traditions of jazz dance. Zak Nemorin, West End performer and head of jazz at Millennium Performing Arts, wanted to honour his mentor Jacki Mitchell with a film; in collaboration with director Khadifa Wong and producer Lisa Donmall-Reeve, the project has grown into an in-depth film that will be […]

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