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  1. Links - Thursday 10 September, 2020 News - Royal Opera House Autumn/Winter cinema broadcasts: Teresa Guerreiro, Culture Whisper Feature - Rambert embrace a different kind of dance: Lyndsey Winship, Guardian Feature - The Table of Silence Project 9/11 - Reimagined: Thea Singer, Arts Fuse Audio Feature - Heather Baxter, Administrative Director, Royal Ballet: Oliver Rowe, Financial Management Magazine Streaming News - New English Ballet Theatre to premiere Wayne Eagling’s Remembrance: News Desk, Broadway World
  2. RAMBERT presents DRAW FROM WITHIN a world premiere from Belgian choreographer WIM VANDEKEYBUS streaming in real-time to online audiences live from Rambert’s studios 24 - 26 September 2020 Rambert announces the forthcoming real-time, live-stream world premiere performances of Wim Vandekeybus’s Draw From Within. The newly commissioned production is currently underway at Rambert’s Southbank studios and is being created whilst adhering to the latest health guidelines to ensure the company’s safety. Using all of the
  3. English National Ballet Emerging Dancer Tuesday 22 September 2020, 7.30pm Live-streamed performance Digital Tickets: £5 www.ballet.org.uk/emerging Photo caption: Emerging Dancer finalists 2020 © Laurent Liotardo and post-production by Nik Pate On Tuesday 22 September 2020, English National Ballet’s Emerging Dancer competition will be broadcast live from the Production Studio at the Company’s East London home for the first time. The annual event, now in its 11th year, celebrates the bright future of ballet and the excellence of
  4. Links - Wednesday 09 September, 2020 Obituary - Cliff Keuter, choreographer: Dance Magazine Covid-19 related news about theatre reopening: News - Lloyd Webber issues plea for date to open venues fully as evidence is given to MPs: BBC Georgia Snow, Stage Zoe Paskett, Standard News - Chancellor urged to extend furlough and save theatres and galleries from closure: Jonathan Walker, Birmingham Mail And in a similar vein - New York City can’t rebound without Broadway: Peter Marks, Washington Post
  5. I think it is down to the individual as to whether they think the career they can have is worth it for them as a person. I remember what were, to me, really awful comments on Doing Dance about 6 or 7 years ago when a dancer was leaving BRB after about 6 years to train as a midwife. Some people's attitude was that her parents had wasted an awful lot of money on her for her to retire after such a short career. My response was that if I had been her parent then my heart would have been bursting with pride that she had achieved her dream to dance professionally and now had
  6. Links - Tuesday 08 September, 2020 Live Review - Dancers from the Royal Ballet, gala programme, Dorset: Siobhan Murphy, Times Feature - Side hustle essential: how Covid brought dancers to their knees: Lyndsey Winship, Guardian Feature - London will feel like a morgue until theatres re-open: Dominic Cavendish, Telegraph Covid-19 News - Colorado Ballet has furloughed all its dancers: Maggie Donahue, Denverite Feature - Why do these ballet dancers dance when there’s no audience?: Petula Dvorak, Washington Post Liv
  7. That is good news but it will be interesting to see how, in the nearer future, the Mariinsky and the Bolshoi get on with their re-openings. I know that there are some live shows in New Zealand but RNZB have taken the decision to cancel their upcoming tour as the number of C-19 cases is rising.
  8. I spoke to a member of the ranger service who said they have no powers to enforce clearing up. I only had my phone with me and by the time I pulled it out they were too far away for a photo to be any good. It seems to me that this has become much more of an issue since lockdown started for some unknown reason. And why people hang used bags up is absolutely beyond me. They would have been better off letting the poo lie.
  9. PEOPLE WHO DON'T PICK UP THEIR DOG POO!!! I was on the beach this morning when a couple with a GSD-type dog on a lead just walked off when their dog had finished its elephant-sized poo. I called after them and, of course, they ignored me. I can understand people not chasing after their dog's poo when it is in a wild area that is very unlikely to be trodden on ... but on the beach where people walk, play, dig sandcastles etc.
  10. Links - Monday 07 September, 2020 News Feature - Bolshoi prepares for grand reopening in Moscow: Theo Merz, Telegraph Streaming News - Rambert/Vandekeybus, Draw from within: Teresa Guerreiro, Culture Whisper DVD/Blu-Ray Review - Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures, Romeo + Juliet: Philip Fisher, British Theatre Guide News - Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes in cinemas: Teresa Guerreiro, Culture Whisper Book Feature - Arthur Elgort (photographer), Ballet: Lucy Davies, Telegraph Feature - Indian gypsy dancers from Rajas
  11. Hello Joanna and welcome out of the lurking shadows! Thanks for sharing your DD’s experience.
  12. You can register and read a couple of articles a month. That's how we can keep including Telegraph articles in Links. That is also the case with The Stage, The Times and the FT as well as some American papers.
  13. And here's another one asking for ongoing support from the government. The more the merrier. https://www.campaignforthearts.org/petitions/support-the-arts-in-every-community/
  14. Links - Sunday 06 September, 2020 Feature - Royal Ballet’s first live stage performance since lockdown offers ‘a glimmer of hope’: Katie Spencer, Sky News Feature - Megan Fairchild, New York City Ballet: Alessandro Bissotto, Dance For You Magazine News - Viviana Durante becomes Artistic Director of English National Ballet School: Staff, Dance For You Magazine News - Theatre needs its own “Eat out to help out” scheme says think tank: Matthew Hemley, Stage News - Royal Danish Ballet’s Tobias Praetorius promoted to Soloist: E
  15. Hello MrsS and welcome to the Forum!
  16. https://smile.amazon.co.uk/Cinderella-DVD-NTSC-Elisha-Willis/dp/B004MKNEC0/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Birmingham+royal+ballet+dvd&qid=1599317236&sr=8-1 It looks as though your wish has come true!
  17. The company in Finland performed the work so perhaps that includes the rights for it to be streamed, albeit by BRB.
  18. I’ve just seen on IG that Paris Opera is reopening in October (via Dance Europe).
  19. And I found an article that said that the particles could stay in the air for up to 3 hours! I think the upshot is that masks are here to stay and we've just got to get on with it.
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