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09 July

At the beginning of July, Londoners were treated to an exciting evening in Spain, courtesy of the Royal Opera House. The prestigious arts organisation broadcast their performance of Carmen for free at outdoor venues around the city – and across the UK. The famous opera with music by French composer Georges Bizet premiered in 1875, […]

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02 July

Thanks to both America’s Got Talent and Britain’s Got Talent, dance group Another Kind of Blue became a household name. Their stirring dance performances incorporate moving projections in a way that creates exciting illusions and helps viewers to understand the moving stories. Another Kind of Blue is currently touring their mixed bill, Flirt with Reality. […]

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01 July

When you travel to super high-tech Tokyo, you can take a step back in time to learn a traditional Japanese dance, called Nihon Buyo, with Grandma Shizuko.

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24 June

If you easily get bored at the gym while counting weight lifting sets or pounding the treadmill – you should shake up your cross-training routine. A session like the Bear Grylls fitness classes at London’s Oxygen Freejumping trampoline parks could be more your style. Say good-bye to monotony as you test and increase your strength, […]

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22 June

Dubrovnik, famous for its picturesque old town that features in The Game of Thrones, has its own local show. This live show of traditional Croatian dance and music is presented by the Lindo Folklore Ensemble.

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18 June

Admittedly, I rarely danced ballet every day; but I did dance regularly. From the age of 10 I took weekly ballet class from my small, local studio. The 30-minute sessions, paired with another half hour of another dance genre, stretched into longer class as I trained to earn my first pair of pink satin pointe […]

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14 June

K-pop is huge – and not just in Korea, so I ventured into a K-Pop dance class to see what the fuss is about.

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11 June

The London Southbank Centre along the Thames was constructed for the Festival of Britain in 1951, and it is currently the UK’s largest arts centre. This massive arts venue welcomes more than six million visitors each year, hosting more than five thousand dance, theatre, music, literature, art and debate events. To learn more about this […]

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10 June

London is one of the world’s finest capitals of culture, but buying tickets to attend extraordinary shows in the city’s divine venues can cost a pretty penny. While London’s Royal Opera House leads the pack in terms of quality and price, they have found a way to increase accessibility to their productions: live screenings of […]

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29 May

Although most dancers never reach pop idol status, Sergei Polunin became recognisable as the prolific ‘Take Me to Church’ ballet dancer in Hozier’s official music video. The former Royal Ballet dancer has been compared to ballet greats, Mikhail Baryshnikov and Rudolf Nureyev, and featured in Hollywood blockbuster Red Sparrow. But in 2019, much of the […]

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27 May

We know that stretching is important to increase mobility to perform gorgeous high kicks and lovely backbends – but when crunched for time, it can be hard to justify spending time to ‘just’ to stretch. However, stretching is probably be more important than you realize! Stretching doesn’t just help you to sit in the splits; […]

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24 May

So beloved was the five-time Oscar-nominated film Amélie (2001) that the story was translated for the proscenium stage as Amélie The Musical in California, fourteen years later. Amélie was, and is currently, the highest-grossing French-language film in the US; and its musical adaptation was also met with success when it hit Broadway in 2017. The […]

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