The National Youth Dance Company and Sadler’s Wells host the final day The Future: New Ideas, New Inspirations, which offered an opportunity to discuss dance training, take inspiration from around the world and focus on the needs of the profession and young people as they prepare to be the future of dance.
Dance UK member London Contemporary Dance School presents EDge, a vibrant postgraduate dance company performing an exciting programme by Siobhan Davies, Robert Clark, Eleesha Drennan and Itamar Serussi.
Dance UK member DanceEast presents a humorous, thoughtful and enjoyable investigation into personal happiness by UK based choreographer Robert Clark.
Following sold-out premieres of the works at The Linbury Studio Theatre (Royal Opera House) and Sadler’s Wells, Dance UK member Alexander Whitley presents a double bill on the final dates of his national tour.
With three and a half days and over 120 speakers, the schedule of The Future: New Ideas, New Inspirations can be hard to navigate. We’ve created a handy chart of pathways you can take through the conference sessions, depending on your background and professional interests.
26 March 2015, Arts Council England announces 3 year major grant to create a unified “go-to” industry body.
Artists struggle to make the case for research and development projects because they don’t always know where their artistic enquiry is going to lead. For many artists - failure, trial and error, experimentation and taking risks is an integral part of their research and development process.
Movie theatres have embraced the technological advancement of live screenings, allowing international audiences to observe and enjoy the delights of some of the Royal Ballet company’s most traditional ballets such as Swan Lake as well as more recent works such as A Winters Tale in their local cinema.
Project Breakalign is a research project founded in 2013, which aims to create a methodology of corrective exercises which will reduce the risk of injuries for breakers.
Leading UK dance theatre company, Motionhouse, is marking 2015 with the return of their startling theatre production, Broken.
Due to popular demand, this breath-taking spectacle returns for its third tour of the UK, thrilling audiences with stunning athleticism and gravity-defying dance in an unashamedly visual and adrenaline fuelled spectacle.
Dance UK member Birmingham Royal Ballet opens at London Coliseum
Teaching excellence in classical ballet to young dancers
Giving opportunities to young dancers to work in a professional environment with some of the world's leading dancers and teachers.
Rosie Kay Dance Company, the international award-winning dance theatre company headed by artistic director and choreographer Rosie Kay, will tour its thought-provoking and extremely moving 5 SOLDIERS: THE BODY IS THE FRONTLINE from 23 April to 13 June 2015
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Mazazik Arabic Dance taught by Jane Wass is coming to Oxford House and will be offering a Saturday afternoon workshop every 2 months. Next session 28th March.
SOSA Dance Fitness-the new and exciting, fun-packed International dance fitness workout!
DIY is an opportunity for artists working in Live Art to conceive and run unusual training and professional development projects for other artists.
Dance4 is presenting three extracts from new works by the following artists:
Chris Dugrenier, Katherine Hall & Sian Rosier, Evangelia Kolyra.
Yorkshire Dance, in collaboration with Compass Live Art, is excited to welcome back to Leeds Wendy Houstoun, winner of the TMA Award for Achievement in Dance and the Critics’ Circle National Dance Award for Outstanding Female Performance (Modern), on Friday 29 May with her new work Stupid Women.
BBC Young Dancer 2015 is a brand new award for young people that showcases the very best of British dance talent. Young dancers enter in one of four categories of dance: Ballet, Contemporary, Hip Hop and South Asian dance.
A ground breaking showcase featuring the best integrated arts companies from the UK as part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2015.The iF Platform (Integrated Fringe) is a unique opportunity for companies and artists producing work with disabled and non-disabled artists. It will showcase the best integrated work from the UK at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe from 23rd – 30th August 2015 to coincide with the British Council Showcase year.
Dance UK member Elmhurst School for Dance’s innovative programme of top class dance training combined with the development of a robust and resilient approach to a dance career has been acclaimed by ISI, the body that inspects independent schools.
Dance UK member the Royal Academy of Dance and Memphis The Musical have teamed up to create a new London weekend outing for theatre and dance lovers.
Dance UK member Candoco Dance Company’s restaging of Jerome Bel’s The Show Must Go On opens this week on Friday 20 March at Sadler’s Wells, London.