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Future stars with Grishko

Calling young dancers! Dancewear company Grishko is looking for future stars to represent the brand. Participants in the Grishko Future Star and Grishko Generation programmes will become representatives of the company, introduced to more than 120,000 followers on social media. Their photographs may be used in posters or in advertisements, and they will receive unique […]

Photographers vs Prostate Cancer

The Dance Project, held at London’s Regent Street Cinema on November 1, is an evening of film, live flamenco and photography. It will include an exhibition and auction of works by some of the world’s top photographers to raise funds for the charity Prostate Cancer UK. Organised by Richard Dunkey, the exhibition features 20 donations […]

November 2018 issue

Our cover stars for the November 2018 issue are Elly Braund and Nicholas Shikkis of Richard Alston Dance Company, which has announced that it is to close in 2020. Alston has said he will seek new opportunities to make dance: we hope to see much more from him. Also this month, we look at preparations […]

Classically British 2018

Classically British returns to the Tabernacle, in London’s Notting Hill on October 26, with a programme designed to promote young British talent. The company celebrates its 15th anniversary this year, and again holds its performances during the UK’s Black History Month. This year’s theme is “past and present”, working with new and pioneering artists. This […]

October 2018 issue

We start the autumn with a packed October 2018 issue of Dancing Times, including a view of Disney’s new Nutcracker-inspired film, interviews with Strictly Come Dancing’s new pros Luba Mushtuk and Johannes Radebe, a tribute to choreographer Paul Taylor and more…   Disney’s Nutcracker Mindy Aloff introduces The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, a new film […]

World Ballet Day 2018

Back for the fifth year, World Ballet Day returns on October 2, 2018, with a global day of live streaming from companies including the Australian Ballet, Bolshoi Ballet and The Royal Ballet.  The day of rehearsals, interviews and behind the scenes footage will be screened on Facebook. “We are very excited to be celebrating the […]

September 2018 issue

The September 2018 issue is particularly strong on interviews, from our cover star Laurretta Summerscales to former Strictly Come Dancing pro Robin Windsor, from Michael “Mikey J” Asante and Kenrick “H2O” Sandy of Boy Blue Entertainment to choreographers Lucas Jervies and Wayne Eagling – plus a roundtable discussion with Latin American dancers working in the UK… […]

August 2018 issue

In the August 2018 issue, we mark the 30th anniversary of the death of Frederick Ashton, one of the greatest choreographers of the 20th century, with articles by Alastair Macaulay, Alex Simpkins and Iain Webb. We also hear from professional ballroom couple Warren and Kristi Boyce, Maryinsky ballerina Viktoria Tereshkina and more…   Ashton after Ashton […]

Mark Morris’s Pepperland on tour

In 2019, Mark Morris Dance Group will tour the UK with Pepperland, a work inspired by The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album. Co-commissioned by Dance Consortium, Pepperland had its world premiere in Liverpool in 2017 as part of the city’s Sgt. Pepper at 50 festival. Ethan Iverson’s new score rearranges some of the album’s best-known hits, […]

Osipova as Isadora

Ballerina Natalia Osipova will star in a new evening-length production Isadora, the Segerstrom Center for the Arts has announced. The new production, will also feature Veronika Part, with choreography by Vladimir Varnava. Osipova will play the modern dance pioneer, whose dances, in bare feet and flowing “Greek” style draperies, made her famous across the world. […]

The dreaming ballerina

Zoë Anderson talked to Dame Beryl Grey about her life and career Beryl Grey still dreams about dancing. The roles she danced as a ballerina, with The Royal Ballet and internationally, return in her sleep. “They’re all built in: Sylphides, Swan Lake… Or I’ve lost my shoes, and the music’s playing. Sometimes they’re nice, and […]

July 2018 issue

From Russian ballet to Blackpool Dance Festival and beyond, our July 2018 issue is truly global. We have reports from the Arabesque Ballet Competition in Perm, features on ballet in the Soviet Union and on a collection of costumes relating to Bronislava Nijinska, not to mention the Bolshoi Ballet School of Brazil. We also hear […]

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