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New funding aims to bring disabled artists into the mainstream of European dance and theatre, and build a network committed to presenting their work.
The subject is seen as a useful way of encouraging children to engage with physical activity, even if they do not like competitive sports.
A project in three Manchester secondary schools engaged students in discussions about mental health and enabled them to develop their own creative responses through dance and movement. Kevin Edward Turner tells the story.
Losing NPO funding was devastating for Dance Manchester, but it has liberated the company to pursue its own path driving placemaking through outdoor work, says Deb Ashby.
Bespoke segmentation modelling helps Sadler’s Wells talk to its audiences with personalised precision across venues and genres. Sebastian Cheswright Cater explains how.
At the very heart of Jasmin Vardimon Company is a dedication to education and nurturing talent. Lauren Baldock explains who benefits and how.
The previous Director of Dance UK has returned to the country after a stint working for Orlando Ballet in Florida.
Mira Kaushik reveals how an introduction to experimental Indian street theatre in the 1970s and conversations with a vagrant bohemian wanderer shaped her career.
A barefoot dancer and a 90-year-old juggler: Sean Gandini reveals the people who have shaped him and his career.
Music and dance leaders have implored a Lords select committee to support the introduction of a special arrangement within the visa system for performers.
New research found audiences in rural Lincolnshire are hungry for culturally diverse theatre and dance, but the provision isn’t there. Arya Madhavan and Sreenath Nair explore the issues.
Do you have any advice for Vicky Rodríguez-Altuna, who wants to take her successful flamenco show around the UK but is struggling to raise the necessary funding?
In the lead-up to the opening of new venues in Hong Kong’s West Kowloon Cultural District, Anna CY Chan is embracing technology to broaden dance audiences and develop future talent.
How did Sadler’s Wells manage to increase its membership and ticket sales while cutting discounts and other incentives? Sebastian Cheswright Cater shares the secrets of their success.
After almost a decade guiding others at the Clore Leadership Programme, Sue Hoyle reflects on those that have influenced her career.
Dance development agency Pavilion Dance South West will co-ordinate ‘Surf the Wave’, a programme of talent development and artist support leading up to a showcase in May 2019.
The project marks a change in strategy for funder Sport England, which had signalled its willingness to consider how dance could tackle inactivity.
Birmingham Royal Ballet’s David Bintley remembers Frederick Ashton and others who have shaped and guided his career.
Scottish Ballet’s first digital season gave the company the opportunity to experiment with new technologies, but would audiences like it? Charlotte Gross tells the story.
Although the new portfolio will contain seven more dance organisations, three regional dance development agencies have lost funding.