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Queen Elizabeth II, the UK’s longest-serving monarch, has died at age 96

Our thoughts are with the Royal Family.

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Faculty elections 2022

Read updates on our Latin American, National Dance, and Imperial Classical Ballet faculties.

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How to achieve equality and inclusion in the industry

Kenn Burke, Artistic Director of Dance at Dance School of Scotland, shares his tips on how we can achieve fair access, equality and inclusion in the industry.

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A reflection on DDE training

Professional dancer Mia Okorafor tells us about her DDE journey, as featured in Dance magazine issue #496.

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The Murielle Ashcroft Award

At our recent June Modern Theatre Faculty Finals of the Janet Cram Awards, Tereza Theodoulou awarded our 'Murielle Ashcroft Award' to a very worthy recipient.

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Janet Cram Awards 2022

Find out the winners and runners up of this year's special event.

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Our Strategic Plan 2022 - 2027

We are proud to release our strategic plan, outlining our vision, values and strategy for the next five years.

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How to keep cool this summer

We give some advice on dancing, hydration, heat illness, and temperatures recommended in dance spaces.

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International Modern Theatre Awards Results

This year, the Modern Theatre Faculty were pleased to launch a new competition.

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Imperial Classical Ballet: Solo Performance Awards 2022

This year has seen entries from around the world, including India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Portugal, Trinidad and Tobago and Vietnam.

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News on Patron Christopher Hawkins

ISTD Patron and Dancesport Ambassador Christopher Hawkins has been elected to the post of President of the Council and Chair of the Board of Directors for the British Dance Council.

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Dancing with Down’s Syndrome

Courage, perseverance and self-belief. Registered dance teachers in Italy, Cheryl Gill and Diane Durant, share their perspectives on teaching David, who has Down’s Syndrome.

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