Tag Archives: theatre

Park yourself at the ballet

April 2, 2013

Comments Off on Park yourself at the ballet

Ballet News World Exclusive illustration by Noemi Manalang

Parking at the ballet Planning a night out at the ballet usually involves travel considerations. Is it a Bank Holiday/will there be engineering works/how late do the trains run on a Sunday/will there be any point in taking the car ? The answer to the last question, in most major cities, would be no. Trying […]

Continue reading...

New work by disabled and deaf artists presented alongside the London 2012 Paralympic Games

August 21, 2012

Comments Off on New work by disabled and deaf artists presented alongside the London 2012 Paralympic Games

'Fusional Fragments' by Marc Brew with Dame Evelyn Glennie. Photographer Irven Lewis

New work by disabled and deaf artists presented alongside the London 2012 Paralympic Games   Last year Ballet News broke new ground : Ballet News presents a British Sign Language Interpretation for the first time I’d like to introduce you to Kelly Johnson, a Junior Trainee Sign Language Interpreter.  Kelly has, for the first time, interpreted […]

Continue reading...

Exposed : The ballet dancer capturing it all

July 24, 2012

Comments Off on Exposed : The ballet dancer capturing it all

ballet dancer crawls on stage

The ballet dancer’s snapshot Anecdotal evidence suggests that a higher than average proportion of professional ballet dancers use a camera (often a high-end model) as a hobby and a way of recording the backstage preparations and after-show celebrations. You often find dancers at the side of the stage capturing the action. It’s easy to see why; visual by nature, […]

Continue reading...