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Twelve-hour performance of Wallflower

Manchester-based company Quarantine and Dance North Scotland bring the first-ever 12-hour performance of the show Wallflower to Universal Hall, Findhorn, on March 22. Wallflower is a marathon of dance and memory. Spanning a lifetime of music, fashion, politics, friendships, parties, love and loss, it is a show about how dancing can shape our lives. From […]

Bill’s dance marathon

Bill Harpe, a long-standing contributor to Dancing Times, is undertaking a 12-hour dance marathon on Saturday, September 19, in order to raise funds to cover a 35 per cent cut in Arts Council support over three years for The Black-E in Liverpool, the UK’s first community arts project, where he has been actively involved since […]

100-hour dance marathon at Greenwich Dance

As part of the Greenwich Dances season, choreographer Arthur Pita’s Open Heart Productions will stage a 100-hour dance marathon, running from June 3 to 7.

Dance marathon for Headway

Headway East London, a charity supporting people affected by brain injury, will hold its annual dance marathon on April 27. The fundraising event moves through time from the 1930s to the present day, with live bands, DJs, games, cabaret, dance troupes and competitions keeping a carnival feeling throughout the day.

Dance this week: Edinburgh

The Edinburgh International Festival starts this week, three weeks of dance, theatre and music.

Dance this week: the Fringe

The Edinburgh Fringe has started! It sprang up around Edinburgh’s International Festival, and has mushroomed past its official parent, becoming the largest arts festival in the world. For the next three weeks, performances will be squeezed into venues all across the city, from churches and tents to front rooms and even conventional theatres. This year’s […]

Dance this week: the Fringe

The Edinburgh Fringe has started! It sprang up around Edinburgh’s International Festival, and has mushroomed past its official parent, becoming the largest arts festival in the world. For the next three weeks, performances will be squeezed into venues all across the city, from churches and tents to front rooms and even conventional theatres. This year’s […]

Dance Umbrella 2011

This year’s Dance Umbrella includes the the Merce Cunningham Dance Company’s farewell performances, Rosemary Lee’s large-scale free outdoor performance by professional and non-professional dancers, classic revivals from Karole Armitage and Lucinda Childs, a celebration of Richard Alston, performances at the Gate Theatre and the Victoria and Albert Museum and dance from South Africa, Italy, France, […]

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