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(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year Dance Today encompasses all elements of partner and social dance, from ballroom and Latin American, salsa, swing, sequence and street to belly dance, Bollywood and beyond.

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Dance Today  |  June 2016  


With the sunshine finally here, in this issue of Dancing Times we preview some of the many dance events to look forward to during the summer months. The Australian Ballet returns to the UK for the first time in a number of years in July, and on page 94 Margaret Willis interviews two of its upcoming talents as our Dancers of the Month. In addition, we include a competition to win tickets to see the company in its productions of Swan Lake and Cinderella at the London Coliseum.
Nicola Rayner meets up with Latin dancers Troels Bager and Ina Jeliazkova on page 21 prior to their return to competing at Blackpool, and on page 34 David Mead speaks to choreographer Jessica Lang about Wink, her new work for Birmingham Royal Ballet, which is inspired by Shakespeare’s Sonnets.
Then, on page 25, David Jays discusses The Casement Project with Fearghus Ó Conchúir, the dance piece he has created to mark the 100th anniversary of Dublin’s Easter Rising. Last, but not least, on page 78 Zoë Anderson finds out just how some of those extraordinary dresses for ballroom and Latin are made!
Dance Today encompasses all elements of partner and social dance, from ballroom and Latin American, salsa, swing, sequence and street to belly dance, Bollywood and beyond.

• Interviews with leading dance stars from the stage, screen and the competitive world
• Dancesport competition reports
• Informative, up-to-date features on all aspects of the world of partner dance
• A monthly health section for dancers
• Historical pieces
• Reviews of dance and musical theatre productions, books, CDs and DVDs
• Competition giveaways
• A section of sequence dance scripts and variations
• Comprehensive listings for classes and events around the UK and abroad
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Dance Today   |   June 2016   


With the sunshine finally here, in this issue of Dancing Times we preview some of the many dance events to look forward to during the summer months. The Australian Ballet returns to the UK for the first time in a number of years in July, and on page 94 Margaret Willis interviews two of its upcoming talents as our Dancers of the Month. In addition, we include a competition to win tickets to see the company in its productions of Swan Lake and Cinderella at the London Coliseum.
Nicola Rayner meets up with Latin dancers Troels Bager and Ina Jeliazkova on page 21 prior to their return to competing at Blackpool, and on page 34 David Mead speaks to choreographer Jessica Lang about Wink, her new work for Birmingham Royal Ballet, which is inspired by Shakespeare’s Sonnets.
Then, on page 25, David Jays discusses The Casement Project with Fearghus Ó Conchúir, the dance piece he has created to mark the 100th anniversary of Dublin’s Easter Rising. Last, but not least, on page 78 Zoë Anderson finds out just how some of those extraordinary dresses for ballroom and Latin are made!
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Dance Today magazine print subscription.
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