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Project B Dance Challenge

(London, UK)

A multi-level competition giving candidates the opportunity to be part of a creative process and to perform in front of an audience. Candidates will be judged on the performance of a solo, choreographed by themselves, their teacher or peer in their chosen dance style.


Venue: Royal Academy of Dance, 36 Battersea Square, London SW11 3RA


Who can enter: Male students aged 8–18 years, with an interest and enthusiasm in dance, currently studying RAD Grade 2 (or the equivalent in other dance styles) or above.


Entry fee: £30 per student



First Prize – Kevin O'Hare Scholarship  - one week of tuition and accommodation at the Royal Academy of Dance Dartington Summer School in 2018 or 2019.


Second Prize – Project B Tuition Award - one week of tuition at the Royal Academy of Dance London Summer School in 2018 or 2019.


For more information see the website, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

or call +44 (0) 207 326 8000


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happy birthday by berenice

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 Final VD VDTBB April 2017


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 SOAS Kunqu Sheng Dan one off Free workshop



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CID/UNESCO International Celebration of Dance

London City of Dance - message from Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London

Talk by Angela Rippon CBE TV Presenter on research behind BBC 1 Documentary on the impact of dance on healthy ageing

Dance performances from around the world

Donations on the door (£10) " Charities connected to empowering young people through dance"

Lifetime Achievement awards for contribution to Dance

Angela Rippon CBE

Dr Ann Hutchinson-Guest


Sat 29 April 2017

19:30 – 22:30 BST


RADA Studios

16 Chenies Street



United Kingdom




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APRIL 29TH 2016


Everyone at Club Dance Holidays has celebrated dancing but we would love to encourage everyone to celebrate International Dance Day with us on April 29th 2016.

International Dance Day is a day created by a UNESCO created organisation to promote all forms of dance around the world, not only to dance enthusiasts everywhere, but to new people too. So celebrate International Dance Day by taking someone who is not into dance, to an event – tango, salsa, jive whatever… just introduce them to dance!

What is International Dance Day?

“Celebrated in every country of the world by many millions of dancers, professional as well as amateur”

Well, you’re probably wondering what International Dance Day is? International Dance Day is an annual awareness day, celebrated every 29th April. The day was formed in 1982 by the International Dance Council (CID - Conseil International de la Danse), an international, non-profit, non-governmental agency, headquartered in Paris.

It was created in 1973 within the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). CID is an umbrella organisation for all forms of dance. CID advises UNESCO and other international organisations, institutions, national and local government agencies on promoting, celebrating, teaching and providing access to dance for members of the public. It is recognised in 160 countries.

“CID treats all forms of dance on an equal basis. It does not promote a particular view of dance, recognizing its universal character as an art form, as a means of education and as a research subject.” - CID
Now, why exactly it is celebrated on 29th April? There is no particular reason. Officially, CID just chose that day to make their annual awareness day. Although, and just by pure coincidence, it does happen to fall on the same birth day as Jean-Georges Noverre, an 18th & early 19th Century French dancer and ballet master, and credited with being the creator of modern dance.

The goal of International Dance Day is to attract the attention of the wider public to dance, especially to people who are new to the art form, and who generally don’t follow dance or dance events that happens throughout the year. So much emphasis in the public sphere is placed on dance performances done by professional dancers, and rightly so. But there isn’t the same scale of attention given to ordinary people and dance classes – whether private, social or educational classes.

Club Dance Holidays offers fabulous Dance Holidays around the world for beginners to advanced dancers. It's time to bite the bullet and get your dancing shoes on!


•Club Dance Holidays, , specialises in dance holidays throughout the world. Tango, Salsa, Ceroc, Line Dancing, Swing, Merengue, Ballroom are just some of the styles of dancing that are offered on their dance holidays.
•Club Dance Holidays are the leading specialists in Dance Holidays in Europe and have been trading since 1995
•Club Dance Holidays are fully ATOL protected
•Journalist review opportunities are available.




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International Dance Day: Five amazing world records to make a song and dance about



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Dance Day        يوم الرقص       Journée de la Danse       舞蹈日       Día de la Danza       День Танца 

a program of the International Dance Council CID at UNESCO
the official organization for Dance world wide

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