The Dying Swan: A profound workshop. I didn’t realise what I was getting myself into.

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I feel like I have to write what I experienced in a ballet class. I practiced Swan Lake and didn’t know what emotions it would trigger.

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer

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Any exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery takes me at least three visits to appreciate fully. With its consistent yet quirky curation, multi-screen medley with each screen integral to the other, and every… Continue reading

Stories from the West End

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After 6 months of lockdown, Mampara Dance Company came back together on stage at The Sainsbury Theatre to perform CATS. The rehearsals and the performance

Back to studio: An interview about dance before, during and after lockdown

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Natalie Hunt, founder of Mamparadance, talks in an interview about teaching during lockdown and the return to studio classes in September 2020.

#BAMEOVER

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We support and agree with the following statement by Inc Arts: “Throughout August more than 1,000 people took Inc Arts’ #BAMEOver survey, and on 4th September 2020 over 250 people came together to… Continue reading

Statement Of Solidarity #BlackLivesMatter

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At DanceGRiST we stand in solidarity with our black friends, colleagues, creatives, artists, communities and contributors. DanceGRiST, our culture, our society and the world would not be the same without you. Your voices,… Continue reading

Coronavirus and DanceGRiST

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We are replanning what we are doing to support the dancers, artists and multiskilled creatives we support at this time. We are working on real things that help – and we’re in the… Continue reading

Festival and Artists’ Opportunity

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As the theatre industry and wider society reels from the unprecedented shock of the coronavirus outbreak and COVID-19 pandemic, many producers and artists are taking the initiative to share work and support each other during these difficult times.

The Cellist, a new ballet by Cathy Marston (contains spoilers)

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The Cellist, a new ballet by Cathy Marston, dazzles.

Bilbobasso: Amor at the Norwich Light Festival 2020

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Explosive and fire-loaded satirical view of marriage, at the Norwich Love Light Festival 2020 by the French Compagnie Bilbobasso.