London Contemporary Dance School at Dance UK member The Place is having a Virtual Open Day on 5 November with a mix of live streaming and pre-recorded classes, interviews and Q&As with the students.
Dance UK member The Point in Eastleigh and Dance Up in Havant, have been commissioned by Hampshire County Council to deliver its New Dimensions in Dance strategy.
Dance UK member Birmingham Royal Ballet’s production of the fairytale classic The Nutcracker, created by the Company’s Director Laureate Sir Peter Wright, will return to its home theatre the Birmingham Hippodrome from Friday 28 November – Saturday 13 December.
Dance UK member Avatâra Ayuso presents a full-length evening performance on 24th & 25th November 2014 in Lilian Baylis Studio at Sadler’s Wells London
London Studio Centre is committed to teaching dance in a healthy, positive and informed environment, to enable students to achieve their maximum potential within their physical capabilities.
Erin Sanchez announces the winners of Dancing Times and Dance UK’s photo competition and explains why it’s important to take a break.
We are delighted to report that the Evening Standard included Dance UK’s Caroline Miller, Director and Helen Laws, Manager of the National Institute of Dance, Medicine and Science on its list for the 1000 most influential Londoners.
Dance UK member Sonia Sabri Company illuminates honest stories of real women from all over the world.
Dance UK member Alexandra Baybutt with musician David Somló invites you to a new performance series taking place throughout this November, in the former Guardian newspaper building in Farringdon, London.
Dance UK with its partners Youth Dance England are recruiting for a Digital Marketing and Membership Officer.
Dance UK with its partners Youth Dance England are recruiting for a Marketing and Communications Manager.
Dance UK with its partners Youth Dance England, National Dance Teachers Association and Association of Dance of the African Diaspora are recruiting for a Project Manager: Organisational Change.
A new solo by the Egyptian performer/choreographer Salah El Brogy will be performed in London on Monday 3 November.
Compass Commissions 2015, a trio of exciting new dance commissions, was announced this week by Dance UK members Greenwich Dance and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. The two organisations have created a dynamic partnership and Compass Commissions 2015 is the second year of a major joint programme over three years which supports artists to create new work.
A new report by GPS Culture (Christopher Gordon, David Powell & Peter Stark) – the team behind the controversial report ‘Rebalancing our Cultural Capital’, which first detailed the imbalance in arts funding between London and the rest of England, claims that Arts Council England's funding commitments for 2015-18 are heavily biased towards London.
King’s College London, in collaboration with the BBC, is launching a major Cultural Enquiry into the role partnership plays in enabling publicly funded cultural institutions to enhance the quality and diversity of their work across the UK.
A once in a lifetime opportunity beckons for a group of second year students at Dance UK member London Contemporary Dance School.
Learning and Participation (Dance) at Dance UK member Trinity Laban is looking for up to 20 young people, aged 15 – 19 years old, with an interest and passion for dance, to participate in their Young Dance Ambassador scheme.
A blog from Arts Council chief executive Alan Davey
Dance UK member Company Chameleon, the dance theatre company co-directed by Anthony Missen and Kevin Edward Turner out of Manchester, will tour Beauty of the Beast this autumn.
Chantry Dance Company, led by Dance UK member Rae Piper, presents its Autumn Triple Bill programme including a new modern ballet production of Oscar Wilde’s short story, The Happy Prince.
Following the announcement that Dance UK member Northern Ballet is to première an adaptation of George Orwell’s 1984 by Jonathan Watkins in September 2015, the Leeds-based Company, which is celebrating its 45th anniversary year, has released details of its plans for spring 2015 with a season of iconic love stories giving 134 performances across 28 venues in the UK.
The new National Youth Dance Company of Scotland has been formed and applications are open for the YDance Young Advisory Panel.
A series of seminars and workshops focusing on creativity in ballet education and training.
Following the success of A Focus on Style and Training, Dance UK member The Royal Ballet School is delighted to present this third series of lectures, practical demonstrations and panel discussions.
Table of Contents is a live movement installation co-created by Dance UK member Siobhan Davies with Andrea Buckley, Helka Kaski, Dance UK Board member Rachel Krische, Charlie Morrissey and Matthias Sperling, each using their own history as a choreographer and performer to question how dance is archived.