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(1 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year Dancing Times is Britain’s leading dance monthly. Dedicated to dance since 1910, every issue of Dancing Times is packed with news, reviews and features on ballet, contemporary dance and musical theatre, as well as interviews with dance stars, health and education features, study supplements and our Into Dance section for younger readers.

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Dancing Times  |  September 2019  


As autumn approaches, this issue of Dancing Times takes a look at what has been happening in the dance world during the summer months. As well as Jack Anderson’s regular Notes from New York column, Iris Fanger and Barbara Newman went in search of further dance on New York’s Broadway and other venues – you can read about what they found there on page 18. In Dance Scene, David Mead travelled to Stuttgart to attend the biennial Colours Festival, and Kathy Elgin reports on the start of the Edinburgh International Festival with Scottish Ballet’s new two-act version of The Crucible. As well as those, in FRANCE/dance, Laura Cappelle saw what was on offer at the Avignon Festival.
In addition, we mark Northern Ballet’s 50th anniversary season, find out about the FEDORA awards, ask if ballroom and Latin American dancing are dying at grass-roots level in the UK, talk to street dancers Lil Buck and Jon Boogz, discover the wealth of dance material found in the UK’s museums, libraries and archives, and take a look at the National Ballet of Cuba.
Finally, I’m delighted to announce that – in addition to our regular online outlets – digital copies of Dancing Times are also now available to download from Exact Editions, an integrated content management platform for magazine and book publishers. To find out more on what they have to offer, why not visit exacteditions.com?
Dancing Times is Britain’s leading dance monthly. Dedicated to dance since 1910, every issue of Dancing Times is packed with news, reviews and features on ballet, contemporary dance and musical theatre, as well as interviews with dance stars, health and education features, study supplements and our Into Dance section for younger readers.
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Dancing Times   |   September 2019   


As autumn approaches, this issue of Dancing Times takes a look at what has been happening in the dance world during the summer months. As well as Jack Anderson’s regular Notes from New York column, Iris Fanger and Barbara Newman went in search of further dance on New York’s Broadway and other venues – you can read about what they found there on page 18. In Dance Scene, David Mead travelled to Stuttgart to attend the biennial Colours Festival, and Kathy Elgin reports on the start of the Edinburgh International Festival with Scottish Ballet’s new two-act version of The Crucible. As well as those, in FRANCE/dance, Laura Cappelle saw what was on offer at the Avignon Festival.
In addition, we mark Northern Ballet’s 50th anniversary season, find out about the FEDORA awards, ask if ballroom and Latin American dancing are dying at grass-roots level in the UK, talk to street dancers Lil Buck and Jon Boogz, discover the wealth of dance material found in the UK’s museums, libraries and archives, and take a look at the National Ballet of Cuba.
Finally, I’m delighted to announce that – in addition to our regular online outlets – digital copies of Dancing Times are also now available to download from Exact Editions, an integrated content management platform for magazine and book publishers. To find out more on what they have to offer, why not visit exacteditions.com?
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