Edinburgh International Festival (EIF), the world’s leading performing arts festival, will move outdoors in 2021, using bespoke venues to reunite artists and audiences safely. Taking place from August 7 to 29, this year’s festival will use a selection of performance spaces across the city including three temporary outdoor pavilions designed especially for live performance. The […]
The 2019 Edinburgh International Festival programme has just been announced with this year’s dance programme opening with a world premiere from Scotland’s national dance company, Scottish Ballet. The Crucible is a new narrative ballet with choreography by Helen Pickett adapted from Arthur Miller’s masterpiece of power and persecution, with a new musical score from Peter […]
New season, new beginnings! With this issue, Dancing Times incorporates our sister magazine, Dance Today, which for nearly 60 years covered all aspects of social dancing. The new combined magazine goes back to our roots: from the beginning, Dancing Times covered all kinds of dance, from the ballroom to the stage. The new issue […]
There’s a Russian feel to this month’s issue, as we speak to Bolshoi director Sergei Filin, look back at a turning point for Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes and report from a St Petersburg conference on the future of ballet choreography. Elsewhere, we look at The Australian Ballet’s new production of The Sleeping Beauty, and come back […]
Our April issue is here! The gorgeous cover of ballerina Diana Vishneva, photographed by Gene Schiavone, has already reached more than 77,000 people on facebook – now here’s the magazine to go with it! This month, we have interviews with Vishneva and Ballet Black’s Kanika Carr, a debate on performance style in the ballets […]
The Edinburgh International Festival has announced its 2015 programme. Dance highlights include flamenco star Israel Galván (pictured), Sylvie Guillem, Zürich Ballet and Les Ballets C de la B. This year’s festival runs from August 7 to 31.
The Edinburgh International Festival has announced its 2015 programme. Dance highlights include Sylvie Guillem, Israel Galván, Zürich Ballet and Les Ballets C de la B. This year’s festival runs from August 7 to 31.
This weekend, Bal Moderne recreate wartime dancehalls in an event mixing live music, archive film footage and a chance to dance.
A Scandinavian season, a collaboration between composer Thomas Adès and choreographers Karole Armitage, Wayne McGregor, Crystal Pite and Alexander Whitley and a new work by Akram Khan and flamenco star Israel Galván (pictured) are among the highlights of the autumn season at London dance venue Sadler’s Wells.
The dance programme for this year’s Edinburgh International Festival will include the Maryinsky Ballet (pictured), Angelin Preljocaj’s company, Deborah Colker Dance Company, Juillard Dance and more.
The Revenge of Prince Zi Dan (pictured) opens at the Edinburgh International Festival on Friday, August 19.
The Edinburgh International Festival starts this week, three weeks of dance, theatre and music.