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August 2017

Dancing Times may not have been invited to review any of the performances by the Maryinsky Ballet in London this summer, but there is no shortage of Russian ballet in this issue of the magazine. As well as Igor Stupnikov’s regular Letter from St Petersburg, we also publish Margaret Willis’ report on the 2017 Moscow […]

July 2017

Summer is in full swing, but with little in the way of traditional ballet on view in the UK this month, we investigate instead a range of other dance styles. Not only does Martin Cutler report on the 2017 Blackpool Dance Festival in the Dance Today section of the magazine, but Iris Fanger takes a […]

Bird College

Bird College is committed to enabling young performers identify, and develop their individual skills. The college provides a first class educational experience, attracting a diverse, international student body to study on exceptional programmes, validated by leading educational institutions. The College’s location, on the south-east edge of London, is within easy reach of the city centre, […]

Elmhurst Ballet School

Elmhurst Ballet School: nurturing individuality. Elmhurst Ballet School is a world-renowned centre of excellence working in association with Birmingham Royal Ballet to prepare talented and ambitious young dancers to become the thinking dance professionals of the future. Its state-of-the-art facilities include seven professional dance studios, a fully equipped gym, sixth form common room, modern boarding […]

Northern Ballet School

Northern Ballet School is an international centre of excellence in training for classical ballet and musical theatre. Everyone at the school works together to help the students become the performers the theatre dance industry around the world demands – artistically accomplished, technically skilled, well educated and confident For further information visit  

Central School of Ballet

Established in 1982 by Ann Stannard and the late Christopher Gable CBE, Central School of Ballet was founded on the values of artistic expression in dance and the importance of technique. Central is an affiliate of the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama, alongside RADA, LAMDA and London Contemporary School of Dance. Central offers a unique […]

Performers College

Performers College is an independent Further Education College for the Performing Arts. Situated in Essex, just off the M25 motorway, it is well placed for easy access to the many theatres and TV studios in and around London. The impressive looking,  purpose designed and built, performing arts centre is extremely well appointed and has some […]

June 2017

This month, we pay special tribute to Zenaida Yanowsky, a much-admired ballerina in the Dancing Times office, who will be leaving The Royal Ballet at the end of the current season. Interviewed by Zoë Anderson, she happily tells us that although she is retiring from the company, she will continue with her dancing career for […]

May 2017

In this issue of Dancing Times, I am delighted to announce that we are launching a new column to stand alongside our regulars, Jack Anderson in New York and Igor Stupnikov in St Petersburg. In FRANCE/dance, each month Laura Cappelle will be primarily focusing on Paris, but also reporting on performances and dance events from […]

Ballet West

Ballet West sits on a hill in the highlands of Scotland. Nestled into a forest, and overlooking the beautiful Loch Etive, the school attracts amazing teachers and produces award-winning dancers. The school offers a completely unique experience in the world of ballet, combining respected staff with a holistic attitude to the wellbeing of their students, […]

April 2017

April always feels to me like the beginning of spring, but one reality of life is that, without fail, it’s also the start of the new tax year. In one of the articles we offer this month, Lee Knights explains how dance schools have been hit by a recent tax ruling, and advises what teachers […]

March 2017

Welcome to the biggest-ever issue of Dancing Times, which we shall also be giving away free to visitors attending the 2017 edition of MOVE IT, the dance exhibition that has become a mainstay in the UK’s dance calendar. It’s been quite a feat bringing 148 pages to you for March, but everyone at Dancing Times […]

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