February 2002

  1. Arts Council Dance Fellowships 2002/3

    Saturday 23 February 2002

    Dance Artists Fellowships 2002 The Arts Council of England has announced the recipients of six dance fellowships worth £30,000 each in 2002/03. Awarded to artists in recognition of an outstanding contribution m… Continue Reading

  2. Who goes to the Opera House?

    Monday 18 February 2002

    According to the new research commissioned by the Royal Opera House by the leading market research company Experian, audiences for opera and ballet at the Royal Opera House are far younger and less affluent than… Continue Reading

  3. Christopher Bruce

    Rambert seek new Artistic Director

    Friday 15 February 2002

    Rambert seek new Artistic DirectorFollowing eight years of outstanding artistic success at the helm of Britain’s flagship contemporary dance ensemble, Christopher Bruce CBE will retire as Rambert Dance Com… Continue Reading

  4. Moulin Rouge

    Wednesday 13 February 2002

    Moulin Rouge too Steamy for PrinceThe premiere of Nicole Kidman’s latest film, Moulin Rouge, kicked off well last night with a frilly spectacle headed by fourteen Can Can dancers direct from the real Mouli… Continue Reading

  5. Princess Margaret

    Princess Margaret

    Wednesday 13 February 2002

    Princess Margaretwho died Saturday 9 February, was the President of the Royal Ballet, Patron of English National Ballet (1976-1989), Northern Ballet Theatre’s Royal Patron and was President of the Sadler&#… Continue Reading

  6. Green Candle Dance Company

    Tuesday 5 February 2002

    Green Candle Dance CompanyOn 17 January, Green Candle Dance Company was officially informed in a ten line letter from the Arts Council of England (ACE) that its application for two year’s core funding has … Continue Reading

  7. Mikhail Baryshnikov


    Saturday 2 February 2002

    Other NewsSelect older news stories from the left hand menu. Ballett FrankfurtWilliam Forsythe announced that he will be leaving Ballett Frankfurt read moreConstructive talks took place this week between William… Continue Reading

  8. In Support of Green Candle

    Friday 1 February 2002

    Half our children do not have English as their first language, about a quarter have special needs, many are refugees and asylum seekers who have lived through hard times and often suffer trauma as a result. This… Continue Reading

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