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The Meaning of Dance day
Let’s Dance International Festival 2013 Launch Event
Date: 29 April 2013
Every year Let’s Dance International Festival launches on the International Day of Dance in Leicester, seeing in a month of global acts and workshops. This year’s programme boasts artists from Guadeloupe, Iran, India, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Tukrey, Brazil and the UK – all showcasing their different cultures and identities.
The launch of LDIF 2013 promises to be spectacular with acts such as Misha B, Akala, DJ Kayper and the Roc Kidz Crew, coming together to create an awesome FREE event! Book online to be a part of the biggest dance party in the UK and to take in the rest of the amazing programme.
Telephone: 0116 242 2945
Workspace 12, Phoenix Square
4 Midland Street
April 29th 2011 from 5pm
Unity, Upper Street, Islington, London N1
Royal Dances through History
to celebrate the UNESCO Day of Dance
Organised by Darren Royston
Participants include Nonsuch History & Dance www.nonsuchdance.co.uk
On the day of the Royal Wedding, we invite all passers-by to join in to learn some dances which have a royal theme - from the medieval Danse Royale to English Country Dances and Victorian square dances.
Tutors include Dr Anne Daye, Chairman of Dolmetsch Historical Dance Society, Diana Jewitt of English Folk Song & Dance Society & Darren Royston of Royal Academy of Dramatic Art London.
The 29 April is International Dance Day and the scene in Scotland offers many fabulous dance experiences for audiences and participants.
Get Dancing for International Dance Day…
If you want to experience breathtaking dancers in innovative new choreography, a number of dance performances from leading companies are taking place across Scotland over the next few weeks. Or if you're interested in going dancing then the network of Dance Centres in Scotland provide opportunities for all ages, abilities and taste. The summer term is now under way at Dance Base in Edinburgh, Citymoves in Aberdeen and Dance House in Glasgow.
Bodysurf Scotland based in Findhorn is celebrating International Dance Day with a special staging of The Planetary Dance, devised by Anna Halprin. Bringing together people of all ages and abilities in a beautiful setting, The Planetary Dance is participatory dance rather than a theatrical performance. Open to all, this is the final event in Bodysurfs 4x4 Dance Body and the Environment workshop programme which has been supported by Creative Scotland.
Established by UNESCO and the International Dance Council, International Dance Day aims to encourage the public to celebrate dance in all its forms.