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
Natalie Hunt, founder of Mamparadance, talks in an interview about teaching during lockdown and the return to studio classes in September 2020.
The concept behind the flamenco word Aire would be difficult to represent even if I chose to do so using flamenco shots, but I’ve decided not to do that because Sadler’s Wells Flamenco… Continue reading
What a wonderful last formal assignment before Christmas! A performance of Unwritten, produced and arranged by Joanna of One Youth Dance. The idea of Unwritten was to create new work that the company’s… Continue reading
There are about four waking hours today and maybe one tomorrow before I’m off to hospital, so I’m taking the easy way out for today’s post. As I mentioned in previous posts, one… Continue reading
All images: City Academy dancers at Dancesation Expo 2012 Earlier today I had a great meeting with the people at City Academy, the results of which I hope to be able to publish… Continue reading
All images: Young dancers from Akademi celebrating the official launch of Big Dance 2012 at St Pancras Station I selected this first photograph of young Akademi dancers below a clock and the Olympic… Continue reading
Young dancers at Dancesation Expo 2012 The article I wrote about Dancesation Expo, which was published in this month’s Dance Today, has been so well received that I thought I’d post some more… Continue reading