Dance UK has opened the application process for the 2015-16 mentoring programmes. Open to dance teachers in England, Wales and Scotland who have been identified by their peers as future leaders, the s...
The acclaimed disabled dancer and choreographer offers up a starkly honest and intriguing challenge
Jane Cuppage breaks down the social medium and gives some useful tips for tweeters
Photographs from this year's weekend Friday 13 - Sunday 15 February and the ISTD ticket winner, Julia Coombe, speaks about her experience at Move It!.
ISTD supports Dance UK’s Dance Manifesto, which was presented to the Houses of Parliament on Monday 23rd February.
A successful fourth year performance at the Royal Albert Hall
The ArtsEd Youth Dance Company performed at the Royal Albert Hall 2nd November 2014, they tell us about their experience
The BBC is to turn the spotlight on the UK's best young dancers with the launch of the first ever BBC Young Dancer 2015. UK dancers aged 16 - 20 can demonstrate their dancing abilities to a leading pa...
The British Council is launching projects to make arts performances more accessible to new audiences in developing countries such as Bangladesh. The initiative will be spearheaded by a performance of ...
Georgie Meller breaks down social media to help you, as a dancer, to market yourself across multiple platforms.
Corinne Wolfe, gives some tips on how to branch out and use your dance teaching skills more widely
Jane Cuppage talks to dance photographer Simon Tomkinson