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When the world stopped, the dance continued

A beach of white sand. A girl lying on a red cloth. This is the way in which audiences get their first glimpse of Dancing at Dusk.

“REASSURING. COMFORTABLE. OPEN. NEEDED”: HIP HOP ARTIST JOURNEYS BACK TO THE LAB

Ahead of Back To The Lab’s final sharing in our Lilian Baylis Studio on 25 January, we speak to artist Nathan Lafayette about his creative journey on Breakin’ Convention’s artist development programme, tackling impostor syndrome and more.

YOUTH DANCE PERFORMANCE MARKS START OF NORWICH CASTLE’S REDEVELOPMENT

National Youth Dance Company (NYDC) and hip hop theatre company Far From The Norm worked in partnership with Norwich Castle to create a public site-specific performance presenting their unique interpretation of the famous physiological reaction, fight or flight.

Message In A Bottle: announcing the cast and creatives

An exceptional cast of dancers and a multi-award winning creative team come together for Message In A Bottle, the hotly anticipated new dance theatre show by Sadler’s Wells Associate Artist Kate Prince, set to the music of 17-time Grammy Award-winning artist Sting. A Sadler’s Wells and Universal Music UK production, Message In A Bottle receives its

Ivan Blackstock: “Hip hop artists are in a constant rush. This is an opportunity to experience an actual creative process.”

We speak to hip hop choreographer and Open Art Surgery mentor Ivan Blackstock, delving into a day in the life of Breakin’ Convention’s artist development programme.

Giselle: Three Ways to Restage a Classic

With ghosts, heartbreak, tragedy and a female heroine at the centre, Giselle was unlike anything that audiences had

“Each piece is like one side of a coin”: Young Associates on Together, not the same

We speak to our Young Associates Christopher Thomas and Ruby Portus about the creative journey behind the production, their personal development on the programme and what the future holds as they continue in their dance-making careers.

SADLER’S WELLS HOSTS ART AND HUMAN RIGHTS TALK

Sadler’s Wells hosted a free public talk exploring the relationship between art and human rights on the first day of Fly The Flag week, part of a nationwide campaign marking the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

A Fairy Tale for The Greatest Dancer

Step Change Studios returns to the Lilian Baylis Studio at Sadler’s Wells to present Fairy Tales, a ballroom-inspired show bringing together disabled and non-disabled artists through the universal medium of dance. We spoke to new cast member Andrew Self about preparing for his Sadler’s Wells debut and his passion for dance.

National Youth Dance Company announces Guest Artistic Directors for 2019 – 2021

Our resident National Youth Dance Company, home to some of the country’s brightest young dance talent, has appointed its next two Guest Artistic Directors: Russell Maliphant in 2019-20 and Alesandra Seutin in 2020-21.

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