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Dancing Times Magazine

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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 2022 It fills me with great sadness to write that this will be the last-ever issue of Dancing Times. Despite valiantly trying to recoup our losses in revenue since the coronavirus pandemic, we have come to the sad conclusion we simply cannot continue. The magazine has been such a wonderful, powerful and level-headed voice for dance since it was first published by Phillip J S Richardson in 1910 that, to many people, it must have seemed invincible. It certainly did under my predecessor and friend, Mary Clarke, who championed dance in all its forms and was passionate about good dance criticism and photography – something I hope I inherited from her. Dancing Times has much to be proud of – it is, as far as I and the team are concerned, the best dance magazine there has ever been – and we celebrate everything it has achieved. It certainly feels like the end of an era to us. You can read some of the reactions from the dance profession to the announcement of our closure on page 14. Determined to go out on a high, we have planned this month’s issue with special care. It includes some excellent interviews, a double helping of Dancer of the Month, and an extended Calendar section with dates that go up to December and beyond. For any subscribers who wish to claim a refund for issues they will not now receive, please telephone the number printed below. This leaves me just to say “thank you” to all our subscribers, readers, advertisers and friends, and to pay my grateful thanks to my wonderful colleagues, who have made working for Dancing Times such a great honour and a privilege.


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It fills me with great sadness to write that this will be the last-ever issue of Dancing Times. Despite valiantly trying to recoup our losses in revenue since the coronavirus pandemic, we have come to the sad conclusion we simply cannot continue. The magazine has been such a wonderful, powerful and level-headed voice for dance since it was first published by Phillip J S Richardson in 1910 that, to many people, it must have seemed invincible. It certainly did under my predecessor and friend, Mary Clarke, who championed dance in all its forms and was passionate about good dance criticism and photography – something I hope I inherited from her.
Dancing Times has much to be proud of – it is, as far as I and the team are concerned, the best dance magazine there has ever been – and we celebrate everything it has achieved. It certainly feels like the end of an era to us. You can read some of the reactions from the dance profession to the announcement of our closure on page 14.
Determined to go out on a high, we have planned this month’s issue with special care. It includes some excellent interviews, a double helping of Dancer of the Month, and an extended Calendar section with dates that go up to December and beyond.
For any subscribers who wish to claim a refund for issues they will not now receive, please telephone the number printed below.
This leaves me just to say “thank you” to all our subscribers, readers, advertisers and friends, and to pay my grateful thanks to my wonderful colleagues, who have made working for Dancing Times such a great honour and a privilege.
read more read less
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

I think more contemporary dance reviews and dance artists from this discipline are missing. I love the magazine, it only seems to cover mainly ballet and ballroom. Reviewed Saturday, August 15, 2020

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Amazing product and is so lovely to read about our current dancers and choreographers!! Reviewed Monday, January 28, 2019