Next spring, the Barbican Art Gallery presents Laurie Anderson, Trisha Brown, Gordon Matta-Clark: Pioneers of the Downtown Scene, New York 1970s.
The four finalists for The Place Prize have been announced, following the semi-final performances in September.
The first Ice Hot – Nordic Dance Platform will be held in Stockholm on December 1–4, presenting Nordic contemporary dance to an international audience of programmers, artistic directors, agents and the public.
Siobhan Davies Dance launches ROTOR, a programme of performances, sound installations and artworks by award-winning artists, including The Score, a new work by Davies herself. The Score has been filmed from above, its patterns becoming a “score” for nine invited artists to respond through their own art forms.
Chance to Dance, a fundraising dance event for Marie Curie Cancer Care, takes place at venues across the UK throughout November.
The Lowry has been chosen as one of 20 organisations for the UK-wide scheme mygames.
The Dance Show, held at Birmingham NEC on December 3–5, promises live performances, dance classes, seminars, masterclasses and awards.
Global Dance Contest Public voting is now open for the second year of the Sadler’s Wells online Global Dance Contest.
The new series of “Strictly Come Dancing” will have a live Saturday night competition followed by a Sunday night results show, presented by Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman. The 30-minute results show will have no dance-off, but will feature a pro-dance performance and the elimination.
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The Dance Champions Group has held its first Dance Summit. Formed by Rod Aldridge at the request of the Secretary of State for Health, this group – which includes choreographer Wayne McGregor, dancers Darren Bennett and Lilia Kopylova, choreographer and dance judge Arlene Philips and other figures from the worlds of dance, sport and government […]
Without Walls, a consortium of eight of the UK’s arts festivals, has a new two-year funding deal with Arts Council England. The organisation has appointed Rose Fenton, co-founder of the London International Festival of Theatre, as chair.