Our April issue is here! We catch up with past Come Dancing rivals, find out how you can dance your way to a healthy weight and hear from cover star Natalie Lowe about training for, and winning, the first ever People’s Strictly with Cassidy Little…
Running from May 29 to June 5, the English Riviera International Dance Festival combines a social dancing calendar with an extensive competitive programme. This year’s gala evening includes a unique demonstration, when current British Professional champions Warren and Kristi Boyce will be joined by their world champion son Glenn and his partner Kayleigh Andrews (pictured).
Strictly Come Dancing‘s assistant Charleston choreographer Scott Cupit is our Dance Today Teacher of the Year 2015.
Kettner’s in Soho, London, is throwing a Lights Out! party on Friday, April 24, from 6pm to 1am, transforming the venue to wartime London after dark.
The Edinburgh International Festival has announced its 2015 programme. Dance highlights include flamenco star Israel Galván (pictured), Sylvie Guillem, Zürich Ballet and Les Ballets C de la B. This year’s festival runs from August 7 to 31.
Next week, on March 28, our Dance Today Teacher of the Year 2015 will be announced in the iconic Blackpool Tower Ballroom. Five dance teachers, including one husband and wife team, have made the shortlist this year.
Our March 2015 issue goes behind the scenes on the Strictly tour, reveals talking points at the UK Open and explores what you, our readers, want from Dance Today…
Nottdance, the international festival of dance and performance, returns to Nottingham from March 5 to 15, with more than 40 performances in 30 of the city’s venues and public spaces.
MPs danced lindy hop with Robin Windsor and Jenny Thomas for the launch of Dance UK’s Dance Manifesto 2015. This was the first time a social dance class had been held in the Houses of Parliament, hosted by the all-party parliamentary dance group.
Dust off the glitterball, sew on the sequins, and dance along to a Stars of Dance Weekender at Potters Resort from March 13. The two-night Norfolk break features special guests from Strictly Come Dancing Kristina Rihanoff and Robin Windsor (pictured). Plus, you can put your best foot forward with dance workshops, demonstrations and Q&As.
Strictly Come Dancing champion Caroline Flack and presenter Davina McCall are the latest celebrities to have to join the line-up for the Comic Relief Danceathon, a six hour non-stop dance frenzy, held on March 8 at the SSE Arena, Wembley to raise money for Red Nose Day 2015.
We had a wonderful time watching your entries to our Dance for Vincent and Flavia competition; Vincent and Flavia picked three shortlisted couples and we finally have a winning pair! Congratulations to lindy hoppers, Alex and Natalia. The winning pair will receive fabulous prizes from International Dance Shoes and DSI London, plus tickets to see […]