Dancing Events Galore


Wanting to alert you to dance events happening over the next month in Oxford.

Oxford Dance Writers

Oxford Dance Writers

Opening Tuesday 19th February, English National Ballet bring their much praised production of The Sleeping Beauty to the New Theatre:
http://oxforddancewriters.wordpress.com/2013/01/17/the-sleeping-beauty-english-national-ballet-at-the-new-theatre-19th-23rd-february/

On Wednesday 20th the centenary of the first performance of The Rite of Spring is celebrated in an event at St Hilda’s with guests Dame Monica Mason and dance historian and curator Jane Pritchard:
http://oxforddancewriters.wordpress.com/2013/01/12/the-rite-of-spring-a-centenary-celebration-of-the-music-and-the-ballet-20th-february-2013/

Full of foot tapping musical numbers and outrageous costuming, Priscilla Queen of the Desert opens at the New Theatre on 25th February:
http://oxforddancewriters.wordpress.com/2013/02/10/priscilla-queen-of-the-desert-at-the-new-theatre-oxford-25th-february-to-2nd-march/

And this year’s edition of Dancin’ Oxford 1st-10th March offers a full and varied programme of local and guest performers on stage and in the streets as well as another Dance and Academia Symposium, Dance, Identity and the Body; full programme here:
http://oxforddancewriters.wordpress.com/2013/02/12/dancin-oxford-brings-dance-to-the-streets-of-oxford-1st-11th-march-2013/

http://oxforddancewriters.wordpress.com/2013/02/10/dance-body-and-identity-dance-and-academia-symposium-at-old-fire-station-9th-march-2013/

Oxford Dance Writers is planning to cover as many of these events as possible with a team of local writers…

Enjoy!

Susie

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