Dance Consortium presents Acosta Danza’s spring tour

Dance Consortium has announced spring 2020 tour dates across the UK for Carlos Acosta’s critically acclaimed Cuban company Acosta Danza. Named Evolution, the 2020 tour commences at Mayflower Theatre in Southampton on 3 March with performances in Cardiff, Inverness, Bradford, Brighton, Canterbury, Salford, Plymouth and Newcastle, and concludes in Nottingham on 11 April. Continue reading Dance Consortium presents Acosta Danza’s spring tour

Scottish Ballet celebrates 50 years

Last month Scottish Ballet transformed the Festival Theatre in Edinburgh for the most glamorous night of the year, Scottish Ballet’s 50th anniversary. 350 guests gathered to celebrate Scottish Ballet’s 50 years of inspiring audiences, on stage and beyond. The event looked to the future, raising funds for the company’s ambitious ‘Five in Five’ campaign; a commitment to produce five new full-length ballets, over the next five years. Continue reading Scottish Ballet celebrates 50 years

The Wolf of Wall Street

There have been reports that the hit story The Wolf of Wall Street is set to be turned into an immersive theatre experience. Jordan Belfort’s shocking memoir of the same name is being adapted for the stage, following its success in the box office as a film. Immersive experiences are still hugely popular, offering audiences a way to be become entirely involved in the action, playing their own role in the storyline. Continue reading The Wolf of Wall Street

Countdown to U.Dance 2019, the national youth dance festival

There is just one month to go before the youth dance event of the year. U.Dance 2019, the national youth dance festival presented by One Dance UK in partnership with the ISTD, touches down at London’s Southbank Centre on 20-21 July. It offers a variety of youth dance performances and workshops and a range of ways to participate and get dancing, as well as the opportunity to watch tomorrow’s dance talent from around the UK take to the stage. Continue reading Countdown to U.Dance 2019, the national youth dance festival

The immersive The Great Gatsby

The immersive show The Great Gatsby is taking its audiences by storm, and there is still opportunity to get involved in what is a spectacular theatrical event. As the longest-running immersive theatre show in the UK, The Great Gatsby thrills its audiences as they get the chance to spend an evening with Mr Gatsby and his guests. 1920s dress is encouraged (but not compulsory), meaning audiences are free to join a whole party of ‘flappers’ as they sip a cocktail in one of Mr Gatsby’s bars. Continue reading The immersive The Great Gatsby

Yorkshire Ballet Seminars

The formerly known Yorkshire Ballet Summer School has reverted to its original name, Yorkshire Ballet Seminars, as it prepares for its biggest ever event. Its 46th annual summer school will have an influx of the world’s top ballet stars, past and present, taking place from 13 July-2 August. More than 300 students are expected to attend this year’s course, as it expands to take place over three weeks instead of the usual two. Continue reading Yorkshire Ballet Seminars