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Akademi at 40

This year sees South Asian dance organisation Akademi marking its 40th anniversary with a series of celebratory events running until April 2020. The anniversary celebrations mark the final year of the directorship of Mira Kaushik. Akademi embraces South Asian dance in all its forms – classical, contemporary, commercial and social – commissioning, creating and supporting […]

Dance this week: Napoletango and more

Napoletango, a blend of Argentine tango and Neapolitan song, comes to the London Coliseum from Thursday until Saturday. The show has had sellout runs in Italy, and kicks off an international tour with these London performances. You can read an interview with Napoletango star Pablo Moyano (pictured) in the current issue of our sister magazine, […]

Dance this week: stage roundup

Napoletango, a blend of Argentine tango and Neapolitan song, comes to the London Coliseum from Thursday until Saturday. The show has had sellout runs in Italy, and kicks off an international tour with these London performances. (You can read an interview with Napoletango star Pablo Moyano in our current issue.)

Gitanjali meets graffiti

Song of the City, Akademi’s latest work, puts classical Indian dance against a backdrop of 21st-century London. Created for an underground space, it will be premiered at the Vault, Southwark Playhouse on August 5–6, followed by a UK tour.

Without Walls

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.

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