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London Jitterbug Championships and London Swing Festival

Yesterday, May 28, London Swing Festival, an annual celebration of swing dancing and music, opened at Wilton’s Music Hall, with social dancing from 7pm until 10pm.

April 2015 issue

  Our April issue is here! We catch up with past Come Dancing rivals, find out how you can dance your way to a healthy weight and hear from cover star Natalie Lowe about training for, and winning, the first ever People’s Strictly with Cassidy Little…              

We have a winner!

Strictly Come Dancing‘s assistant Charleston choreographer Scott Cupit is our Dance Today Teacher of the Year 2015. 

Dance Today Teacher of the Year: meet this year’s shortlist!

Next week, on March 28, our Dance Today Teacher of the Year 2015 will be announced in the iconic Blackpool Tower Ballroom. Five dance teachers, including one husband and wife team, have made the shortlist this year.

January 2015 issue

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.          

Dance Today Teacher of the Year 2014

It’s back! Last year our very first Dance Today Teacher of the Year competition was a huge success, with hundreds of readers voting for their favourite dance teacher.

Dance Today Teacher of the Year: the results

As they say on Strictly, “the votes have been counted and verified”… and we are very happy to reveal the winner of the first ever Dance Today Teacher of the Year competition. Huge congratulations to Pauline Mason of Danceworks in Devon, the teacher with the most reader votes, and congratulations, too, to runners-up sisters Suzanne […]

Dance Today Teacher of the Year 2013

If you haven’t nominated your favourite dance teacher for our new Teacher of the Year competition, there is still plenty of time! Get in touch by post, email, or contact us through Twitter or via our Facebook page by June 7, telling us about your teacher and why you’d love to see them win. […]

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