WW1 dance, small-screen stars and the Pink Jukebox Trophy

pride and prejudice danceNew in the Dance Today section:

  • The write stuff Readers share their favourite examples of dance in literature, just in time for World Book Day
  • Puppet problems A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Barbican, created by War Horse‘s Handspring Puppet Company, is sadly disenchanting
  • Sugar and spice Amiable Brit salsa romcom Cuban Fury has potential, and choreographer Richard Marcel shares secrets from the set
  • Stepping Out Jacky Logan discusses dramatic changes in same-sex social dance

And my articles in the April issue, out now, include:

  • The spirit of remembrance An examination of the role of dance during the First World War, and the best cultural centenary events this year
  • Stars of the small screen Strictly made celebrities of its dancers, so why aren’t professional competitors waltzing onto our TVs? We investigate
  • Stepping Out Close battles, supreme champions and inspiring debuts at the 2014 Pink Jukebox Trophy

You can purchase a copy of the magazine here

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