The new Linbury Theatre, redeveloped as part of The Royal Opera House’s £50.7 million Open Up Project, has announced its first season. Performances at the new venue will include new works by Aletta Collins and Wayne McGregor, and visiting companies including Introdans, National Dance Company Wales, Ballet Black and Lost Dog. Tickets will be priced […]
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ITV Studios Global Entertainment has announced a series of classic movies, released on Blu-ray in limited collector’s edition SteelBook packaging. Available from September 10, the series includesThe Eagle Has Landed, The Shawshank Redemption and two films of dance interest, the musical Bugsy Malone and the classic ballet film The Red Shoes, which is celebrating its […]
Dance leaders required for Constantinou Bros Hotels, Cyprus. Experienced dance couple to organise dancing events including sequence, ballroom, line and modern dancing on a daily basis at our three 4 star hotels in Paphos, Cyprus. Seasonal employment from November 2018 to April 2019. Hotel accommodation and full board will be provided Hotel website: cbh-cyprus.com Please […]
Editorial and contents August 2018 For people of my generation, it’s almost hard to believe Frederick Ashton, one of the greatest choreographers of the 20th century, died 30 years ago. This month, to mark his passing on August 19, 1988, we publish in Talking Point a tribute to him from Iain Webb, director of Sarasota […]
Last month, Dancing Times went stateside. This month, there is a definite Russian feel to the magazine. Margaret Willis reports from the Arabesque Ballet Competition in Perm, there is also the second part of Gerald Dowler’s Ballet in the Soviet Union, Jane Pritchard introduces a collection of costumes and archive material at the Victoria and […]
Dancing Times goes stateside this month, as we not only include Jack Anderson’s regular Notes from New York column – which records the opening weeks of the exciting Jerome Robbins centenary celebrations – but Barbara Newman reports on San Francisco Ballet’s extraordinary Unbound: A Festival of New Works, which presented no fewer than 12 world […]
Editorial and contents May 2018 We seem to be travelling the world in the May issue of Dancing Times. Not only do we journey to Blackpool in advance of the Blackpool Dance Festival at the end of the month, as well as hear from the British Amateur Latin dancers Lloyd Perry and Rebecca Scott, we […]
Casting for a major role in a film adaptation directed by Oscar winning director Tom Hooper, from the stage musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber, with Working Title Films/Universal Studios producing Female, 16-25 years old, any ethnicity, high standard of ballet and singing If you would like to be considered please send a photo and your […]
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Editorial and contents April 2018 First of all, Dancing Times would like to apologise for the late delivery of the magazine last month. Although everything was printed and ready to go on time, the winter weather that suddenly swept across the country at the end of February meant there were considerable delays to the delivery […]