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  1. Latitude 2014. Photo: Lise Smith

    News: The Dance Line up for Latitude 2016

    Friday 29 April 2016 by carmel smith

    Sadler's Wells in residence on the Waterfront Stage, Richard Alston and Hofesh Shechter's companies, a preview of '!Vamos Cuba!' and the chance to dance with Swing Patrol or tango in The Littl… Continue Reading

  2. Photo: George Powell

    News: Fit to Dance Space charter launched

    Wednesday 27 April 2016 by carmel smith

    One Dance UK’s Healthier Dancer Programme and Equity are launching a new Fit to Dance Space Charter to promote safe spaces for dance artists... Continue Reading

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    News: Could bio-banding cut risk of injury for ballet dancers?

    Wednesday 27 April 2016 by Denise Drake

    Grouping young ballet dancers by their developmental rather than chronological age could help lower their risk of injury, a study has suggested. Dancers in vocational training are grouped by age and with full-ti… Continue Reading

  4. Pablo Bronstein's 'Historical Dances in an Antique Setting', Tate Britain. Photo: Bettina Strenske

    News: Dance at Tate Britain

    Tuesday 26 April 2016 by carmel smith

    Pablo Bronstein's new 'Historical Dances in an Antique Setting' for the grand Duveen Galleries, features continuous performance by three dancers... Continue Reading

  5. Dance Class

    News: Applying for dance auditions

    Tuesday 26 April 2016 by Denise Drake

    Fleur Mellor, dancer, choreographer and creative producer for theatre and commercial dance offers three essential steps when applying for dance auditions – brush up your CV, invest in good photographs and … Continue Reading

  6. Northern Ballet 1984

    News: Backstage: How costumes and lights give dance life

    Monday 25 April 2016 by Denise Drake

    From lighting and costume to the tactics of touring, dance offers a unique set of challenges. Costume design and production tends to be a more involved process in dance, needing to take into account not just th… Continue Reading

  7. Christopher Marney

    News: Christopher Marney joins Ballet Central as Artistic Director

    Monday 25 April 2016 by carmel smith

    The New Adventures principal and choreographer is returning to the school where he trained in September.. Continue Reading

  8. Men & Girls Dance (2015)
Photo: Benedict Johnson
Courtesy of Fevered Sleep

    News: Men & Girls Dance: new dance piece celebrating the rights of adults and children to be together

    Wednesday 20 April 2016 by Denise Drake

    Fevered Sleep’s latest project, Men & Girls Dance, is a new dance piece celebrating the rights of adults and children to be together, to play together and to dance together. That relationship, though, has … Continue Reading

  9. Photo: Charlotte Collins

    News: Pursuing a freelance dance career? Don’t sit still, keep moving

    Wednesday 20 April 2016 by Denise Drake

    Freelance life is the norm for most dancers graduating from vocational dance schools. While freelancing can mean freedom and variety, it can also mean uncertainty, instability and a transient lifestyle. With an… Continue Reading

  10. Little Lord Fauntleroy

    News: Young dancers step up for new ballet Little Lord Fauntleroy

    Monday 18 April 2016 by Denise Drake

    Each year London Children’s Ballet gives four months of free ballet training to children from all backgrounds and brings new versions of classic stories to the stage to ‘open windows’ for the next … Continue Reading

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    News: Doing The Hustle

    Sunday 17 April 2016 by Rachel Elderkin

    A Facebook group for dancers, singers, actors and models with over 34,000 members has launched its own community website... Continue Reading

  12. News: Sadler’s Wells and West Ham United Foundation team up for Home Turf

    Thursday 14 April 2016

    Sadler’s Wells’ Creative Learning department is teaming up with West Ham United Foundation for a community dance production inspired by football, which will receive its world premiere on the main stage at Sa… Continue Reading

  13. English National Ballet, She Said

    News: ENB's She Said - they speak

    Wednesday 13 April 2016 by Denise Drake

    During her career as a ballerina, Tamara Rojo realised that she had never once performed in a work created by a woman. Most of the world’s ballet repertory is choreographed by men. Now that Rojo is artistic di… Continue Reading

  14. Crystal Pite.

    News: The Royal Ballet's new season to include a Crystal Pite commission

    Thursday 7 April 2016 by carmel smith

    - alongside three other new works, including a new work by Wayne McGregor with a score commissioned from Steve Reich - and a celebration of his tenth anniversary as Resident Choreographer... Continue Reading

  15. Putting on those red shoes - Ashley Shaw at the press conference announcing Matthew Bourne's production of 'The Red Shoes'. Photo: Graham Watts.

    News: Matthew Bourne's new production - The Red Shoes

    Tuesday 5 April 2016 by carmel smith

    “It was probably my first introduction to the weird and wonderful world of ballet when I was a teenager,” Matthew Bourne said at a press conference this morning... Continue Reading

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