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  1. Nina Fonaroff

    Monday 1 September 2003

    The Choreographer and teacher, who danced for Martha Graham and ‘had a fine eye for talent’ died recently.Nadine Meisner, Independent, 1 Sep 03Mary Clarke, Guardian, 29 Aug 03 Continue Reading

  2. The Institute of Physics

    Monday 1 September 2003

    has asked Rambert Dance Company to produce a new work marking the centenary of the 1905 publication of Einstein’s theory of relativity.Read more in theGuardian, 1 Sep 03 Continue Reading

  3. Stacked Wonky Dance Co.

    Purves & Purves - a new venue for dance.

    Monday 1 September 2003

    Purves & Purves the contemporary furniture store on Tottenham Court Road is to become an occasional venue for dance.Stacked Wonky Dance Company present *‘401 pieces’* – “an after-hour… Continue Reading

  4. Dance East

    DanceEast

    Monday 1 September 2003

    DanceEastis taking on it’s biggest challenge yet as it launches a £5 million Capital Campaign to build the East of England’s first custom-built dance facilities on the Ipswich waterfront. Over the n… Continue Reading

  5. BSkyB is to buy a share in Artsworld

    Friday 29 August 2003

    the digital arts channel.Guardian, 29 Aug. Continue Reading

  6. Random Dance: 'Polar Seqences'
Dancers: Amanda Weaver, Khamlane Halsackada. Photo: Ravi Deepres
The Place 17 - 27 Sep.

    Random Dance Return to the Place

    Friday 29 August 2003

    Random Dance Return to the PlaceWayne McGregor’s Random Dance will be in residence at the Place for four weeks this September. They will be making and premiering their new work ‘Polar Sequences’… Continue Reading

  7. 'Winterreise'

    Choreographer Trisha Brown's

    Monday 25 August 2003

    collaborates with baritone Simon Keenlyside on a reinterpretation of Schubert’s Winterreise which comes to the Barbican this week. John O’Mahony writes in the Guardian, 25 Aug 03‘“No one … Continue Reading

  8. Is clubbing dead?

    Sunday 24 August 2003

    Akin Ojumu thinks not. “..it’s easy to find a good swatch of clubs on most nights of the week in London, while recent visits to Liverpool, Glasgow and Leeds revealed a thriving scene in each city. Th… Continue Reading

  9. The Kirov's Le Corsaire

    Sunday 24 August 2003

    - as reviewed by rock critic Kitty Empire for the Observer, 24 Aug 03 Continue Reading

  10. Riverdance and after

    Sunday 24 August 2003

    “Nine years on .. the revolution that Riverdance supposedly heralded for Irish dancing has still to develop beyond its first phase.” Karina Buckley argues in theSun.Times, 24 Aug 03 Continue Reading

  11. British Dance Edition 2004

    British Dance Edition 2004

    Friday 22 August 2003

    British Dance Edition 2004British Dance Edition, showcasing the best of British dance in performance, takes place early next year, for the first time in Cambridge. Hosted by Dance East, the 3 day event runs from… Continue Reading

  12. Cirque du Soleil

    Circus Space Awards

    Wednesday 20 August 2003

    Circus Space AwardsThe Circus Space has made four £1,000 and five £500 Creation Studio bursaries. The bursaries are designed to enable professional circus performers to experiment and work towards devising new… Continue Reading

  13. Christopher Wheeldon

    New work by Christopher Wheeldon

    Monday 18 August 2003

    will be performed by George Piper Dances and the Royal Ballet in London in the next few months. There has to be “a certain chemistry between the music, the dancers and the moment” he tells Judith Mac… Continue Reading

  14. Sue Hoyle is to be Arts Council England's

    Monday 18 August 2003

    Arts Council Englandhas appointed nine Advisors, all of whom are specialists in their field, to lead the new streamlined advisory system. The Lead Advisors will build on the work of the previous national adviso… Continue Reading

  15. Serge Diaghilev

    Les Ballets Russes

    Sunday 17 August 2003

    Serge Diaghilev formed the Ballets Russes, bringing together dancers, composers, painters and sculptors. Kelly Apter discusses the creative legacy that “had an almost unquantifable impact on the dance worl… Continue Reading

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