- The Play That Goes Wrong lives up to its name: how Tier 3 closed the last big theatre show standing
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- Best dance in 2021
- Manchester theatre head: Easter warnings are ‘frightening’
- RT @TheAmandaGorman: Thank you! I would be nowhere without the women whose footsteps I dance in. While reciting my poem, I wore a ring with… 45 minutes ago
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Tag Archives: favourite
Strictly Come Dancing 2020: launch show – who impressed on the dance floor? Who was ‘horribly wooden’?
We got our first chance to assess the Series 18 celebrity hopefuls in the launch show’s group dance – and it’s great news. Not only is it a treat to have Strictly back, but this year’s cast is seriously promising. Read my full … Continue reading
This summer, we’re sadly not going to be seeing all the outdoor theatre that we’ve loved in past years – whether at venues like Regent’s Park and Shakespeare’s Globe or dedicated festivals and other open-air arts gatherings. So, until we … Continue reading
We’re celebrating the great man’s birthday with favourite numbers – mine’s from ‘Follies’. Read my full theartsdesk article here
In a special edition of our ‘Maybe It’s Because I’m A Londoner’ series, the Mayor of London shares his capital experiences. Read my full Discover Britain magazine interview here
The Young Vic’s artistic director shares his favourite reads, from Steinbeck and social history to Henry James and Stanislavsky. Read my full theartsdesk interview here
From Lizzy and Darcy’s charged conversations on the dancefloor to Nora’s tarantella and Natasha’s first ball, Dance Today magazine readers choose their favourite literary dance moments in celebration of World Book Day. What’s your pick? Do share it below!