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Dance Today and sister magazine, Dancing Times, are the UK’s leading dance monthlies. Packed with news, reviews and interviews, Dance Today hosts an array of features on the ballroom, Latin and social dance scene, including interviews with and articles by the stars of Strictly Come Dancing, whilst Dancing Times concentrates on ballet, contemporary dance, musical theatre and all […]
Dancing Times, and sister magazine Dance Today, are the UK’s leading dance monthlies. Packed with news, reviews and interviews, Dancing Times hosts an array of features on ballet, contemporary dance, musical theatre and all forms of stage dance, whilst Dance Today concentrates on the ballroom, Latin and social dance scene, including the stars of Strictly […]
Natalia Osipova and Jonathan Goddard became the first dancers to pick up two awards in the same ceremony at the 2014 National Dance Awards.
Derek Rencher, the dancer and character artist who dedicated his 45-year career entirely to The Royal Ballet, died at the age of 82 on December 20, 2014. Here, David Drew, a colleague for many years at The Royal Ballet, pays tribute to the man:
The third-year musical theatre students of Performance Preparation Academy (PPA) will be appearing in the Tony Award-nominated musical, Bring It On: The Musical, at The Electric Theatre, Guildford, from March 5 to 7.
The Hammond School in Chester will be dancing Jane Elliott’s production of the full-length ballet La Bayadère at its theatre in Mannings Lane, Chester, from March 26 to 27. The production will include many of the work’s famous set-pieces, including the celebrated “Kingdom of the Shades” scene.
As we well and truly move into the winter months, this issue of Dancing Times has a little bit of something for everyone with an interest in dance, from a story about the “Child Pavlova”, dancer Marjorie Stevens, to Broadway choreographer Susan Stroman’s thoughts on her latest West End production, The Scottsboro Boys, as well […]
There are some great interviews in this latest issue of Dancing Times, which I hope you will enjoy reading as much as I did when we were putting the magazine together. Zoë Anderson talks to Natalia Osipova, The Royal Ballet’s exciting principal dancer, on the eve of her debuts at Covent Garden this month in […]
Kevin Berry, who wrote for Dancing Times and Dance Today for many years, sadly died on August 12, after living with cancer for several years. A memorial celebration for Kevin was held at 2.30pm at the Quaker Meeting House in Airton, near Skipton, Yorkshire on September 21.
Next month, London Studio Centre (LSC) is launching new Junior Associate classes, which aim to give children and young adults aged between seven and 14 the opportunity to gain high quality dance training in a fun and friendly environment. Classes will take place at LSC’s new home based at artsdepot in North Finchley.
There is a distinct French flavour to this month’s Dancing Times, from the cover depicting English National Ballet’s Laurretta Summerscales in Coppélia, that charming comedy ballet performed for the first time in Paris in 1870, to Barbara Newman’s review of English National Opera’s new production of Berlioz’s Benvenuto Cellini in Variety Lights.