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(0 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  |  May 2014  


This month in Dancing Times, three directors of dance companies – large and small – give insights into their working lives. Alexander Whitley talks to Zoë Anderson on page 15 about his life as a dancer and choreographer, and the new company he has launched; choreographer Jamie Thomson reveals to Laura Dodge on page 27 how he is funding new work for his company, Ampersand&nce, through a dance-based exercise class he has devised called Ballestics; and on page 21, Gerald Dowler travels to Dresden to talk to Aaron Watkin about his leadership of the Semperoper Ballet. In Talking Point, dance critic Jeffery Taylor offers some views on classical ballet; and in “Dancing round the ballet dancers”, Fraser Brown gives his personal thoughts about the state of public funding for classical ballet, as opposed to contemporary dance, in his native Ireland. Debbie Malina investigates the positive impact dance can have on people living with dementia on page 67, and in Dance Scene we review Christopher Wheelson’s new full-length ballet for The Royal Ballet, The Winter’s Tale, as well as English National Ballet’s Lest We Forget and a new dance theatre production of Kes choreographed by Jonathan Watkins in Sheffield.
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   |   May 2014   


This month in Dancing Times, three directors of dance companies – large and small – give insights into their working lives. Alexander Whitley talks to Zoë Anderson on page 15 about his life as a dancer and choreographer, and the new company he has launched; choreographer Jamie Thomson reveals to Laura Dodge on page 27 how he is funding new work for his company, Ampersand&nce, through a dance-based exercise class he has devised called Ballestics; and on page 21, Gerald Dowler travels to Dresden to talk to Aaron Watkin about his leadership of the Semperoper Ballet. In Talking Point, dance critic Jeffery Taylor offers some views on classical ballet; and in “Dancing round the ballet dancers”, Fraser Brown gives his personal thoughts about the state of public funding for classical ballet, as opposed to contemporary dance, in his native Ireland. Debbie Malina investigates the positive impact dance can have on people living with dementia on page 67, and in Dance Scene we review Christopher Wheelson’s new full-length ballet for The Royal Ballet, The Winter’s Tale, as well as English National Ballet’s Lest We Forget and a new dance theatre production of Kes choreographed by Jonathan Watkins in Sheffield.
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