Happy New Year! We’re particularly proud of the pictures in our gorgeous January issue, which features an interview with veteran photographer Ron Self (who also photographs the World Professional Ballroom Championship for us in this issue) – plus reports, interviews, Strictly and more.
Strictly Come Dancing has announced the line-up for this year’s Christmas special, bringing back six very popular contestants for a special festive battle for the glitterball.
We’re very excited about our September 2014 issue. For the very first time, we have a celebrity guest editor, former Strictly Come Dancing champion Camilla Dallerup, and a sparkly Strictly theme runs through the issue. We’re also launching the Dance Today readers’ survey, with a fabulous prize draw – fill in the paper copy that […]
Camilla Dallerup, guest editor of September’s special Strictly-themed issue, gave the Dance Today office a jolt of energy!
To mark Strictly Come Dancing‘s tenth birthday, the September issue of Dance Today will be very special. Former Strictly champion Camilla Dallerup (pictured) will be our guest editor, overseeing Strictly-themed articles and interviews – for example, with brand new pro Tristan MacManus. We will also be running the first of a series of regular columns […]
Camilla Dallerup, former professional dancer on Strictly Come Dancing, is to become patron of the Wheelchair Dance Sport Association (UK) (WDSA (UK)), a charity and governing body for wheelchair dance and wheelchair dancesport in the UK.
Camilla Dallerup, of “Strictly” fame, is encouraging dance clubs across the UK to help beat breast cancer by taking on a fundraising challenge. Camilla is asking dance groups of all sizes to sign up for Breast Cancer Campaign’s £100 Challenge, which sees clubs raise as much money as possible for vital breast cancer research.
Camilla Dallerup, of the BBC’s “Strictly Come Dancing”, is urging dance clubs across the UK to join her in Breast Cancer Campaign’s £100 Dance Club Challenge. Any group, club or class can join the challenge by holding a fundraising event aiming to raise £100 or more – through sponsored events, special performances or competitions.