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09 September

If you’re a dance enthusiast in Buenos Aires, you’ve got to catch a glimpse of Argentine tango. The allure of this intimate social partner dance is irresistible and inextricably tied to the city’s identity. My impassioned taxi driver even told me that residents who don’t know how to dance the tango aren’t true porteños. While not every resident is interested […]

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08 September

Dance Umbrella 2019, a festival celebrating 21st Century choreography, takes over London’s dance venues from 8 – 27 October. The annual Dance Umbrella festival (also known as DU Fest) brings international dance makers to London for a series of shows and discussions. Their aim is “to entice audiences, nurture artists, innovate practice, and stimulate interest […]

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05 September

The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater pairs’ ‘Lazarus’ (by Rennie Harris) with Ailey’s magnum opus, ‘Revelations’, in a celebration of black culture.

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28 August

The MOVE IT dance festival descends on the massive London Excel centre for a long weekend every spring. Having launched in 2006, MOVE IT now self-advertises as the ‘the world’s biggest [and best] dance event’. Although the dance and performance arts festival doesn’t spill over to both halls in the Excel Centre, there are plenty […]

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25 August

Most travelers choose to stay in pretty ritzy resorts when they visit Macau, a destination that attracts high rollers from around the world.

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24 August

Although time travel isn’t possible, ZooNation’s Tales of the Turntable takes viewers on a historical musical journey through the decades. A boy and his grandfather trace the progression of hip-hop from its early origins through funk, soul and disco to house and rap. Funnily, the dance theatre piece was inspired in part by Back to the Future and Bill and […]

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04 August

The iconic Pineapple Dance Studios in London celebrates their 40th birthday this year. To commemorate the occasion, Pineapple Dance hosted an open dance day – offering 40 free classes to the public. On the morning of Sunday 28 July, just a day after International Dance Day, the daylong celebration began with an impressive ‘Mexican heat […]

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27 July

Learning a short piece of repertoire can lots of fun – and London Ballet Masterclasses offers adult ballet workshops throughout the year.

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25 July

Jean Paul Gaultier’s ‘Fashion Freak Show’ pulls from fashion modeling and a variety of art forms, but essentially, it’s a party – and everyone is invited.

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20 July

England’s National Youth Dance Company (NYDC), formed of 38 dancers, closed its tour of Botis Seva’s MADHEAD at Sadler’s Wells in London on 19 July. The work premiered at DanceEast in Ipswich in spring, followed by showings in Plymouth, Newcastle, Essex, Brighton and Birmingham. It’s a shame that they only performed in London one evening, but their […]

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18 July

Ladies – isn’t the most important criteria of a bra, particularly any sports bra, excellent support for your ladies? After reading about the new Fabletics sports bra styles, I was very excited to join their ‘bra camp’ at the London POPfit studios to put their clothing to the test – because if anyone understands comfort and functionality, it should […]

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11 July

Innovative dance troupe Another Kind of Blue presents Flirt with Reality, a fascinating evening of dance enhanced by technology. Their mixed programme includes narrative pieces (like those that propelled them to fame on America’s Got Talent and Britain’s Got Talent) as well as more abstract pieces – with small video clips of their dancers and rehearsals thrown into the […]

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