KIKI, a new documentary about New York’s voguing dance scene, will be shown at London’s Bertha DocHouse from June 9. A collaboration between Swedish filmmaker Sara Jordenö and Twiggy Pucci Garçon of the Kiki community, the documentary shows the world of voguing battles, where competition between houses demands leadership, intense practice and bold performance. Led […]
We’ve gone through the listings with our highlighter pen, seeking out dance on television over the festive period, from Strictly to ballet to the traditional New Year’s Day concert from Vienna. We were feeling completist, so decided to include circus spectacle and migrating birds on our list. Saturday 19 December Strictly […]
Fallen Angels Dance Theatre (FADT), a company that uses dance to help and celebrate recovery from addiction, will make its debut at the Royal Opera House on November 18. The intimate event, held in the Clore Studio, will also be livestreamed, giving audiences around the world the chance to see the company’s work.
JOHN, the latest work from DV8’s Lloyd Newson, is open now at the National Theatre in London, where it runs in repertory until January 13, 2015. The show will also be broadcast to cinemas worldwide.
A special matinee performance of Dutch National Ballet’s Nutcracker and the Mouse King will be broadcast live to cinemas across the UK and Ireland on Friday, December 30.
BBC Four celebrates dance this weekend, with documentaries and filmed performances, from Margot Fonteyn and Merce Cunningham to the Javier De Frutos/Pet Shop Boys collaboration The Most Incredible Thing.
Dance Today needs you! In our October issue, coinciding with the release of the Footloose remake, we’re celebrating the best dance films and those with great dance moments, from Billy Elliot’s dance class to Scent of a Woman’s tango scene.
On Wednesday, June 1, The Royal Ballet performance of Manon will be shown live on big screens across the country. The free performance is part of the BP Summer Big Screen season.