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2004 End of Year Review

by Article19 The end of the year is nigh and since we don’t know what nigh means and we can’t be bothered finding out writing an end of year review is probably the next best thing. There have been highs,...

Published in Editorial on December 21, 2004 7:15 PM

2004 Awards

by Article19 It's time to put on your tuxedo and that big puffy ball gown that you have always been ashamed of and those shoes that make your feet wish that your ankles had never been born because the biggest...

Published in Editorial on December 21, 2004 1:37 PM

Selling The Crown Jewels

by Neil Nisbet The notion that The Royal Opera House along with Royal Ballet and Royal Opera, the house’s two incumbent companies, should be privatised to reduce the burden on Arts Council England’s (ACE) funding stream for dance and music...

Published in Editorial on December 17, 2004 7:47 PM

What Does It Matter

by Neil Nisbet Many people complain about the arts or dismiss them out of hand because they can see no clear benefit or any sense of importance in artists doing what they do. Joe Public will push even the most...

Published in Editorial on October 21, 2004 10:01 PM

Dance Goes Insane

by Neil Nisbet Following Article19’s recent experience in Vienna covering the Impulstanz festival here in the Lab we feel it’s time for a wake up call. Contemporary dance, for the most part, is just plain dull and Article19 has a...

Published in Editorial on August 31, 2004 10:11 AM

Trying To Choreograph

by Rosie Kay I’m sure if you ask any choreographer why they do what they do; they will tell you it is not just because they want to, it is because they have to!" Award winning choreographer Rosie Kay on...

Published in Editorial on March 8, 2004 11:30 PM

Access No Areas

by Neil Nisbet Since being refused access to film any part of the British Dance Edition 2004 in Cambridge, organised by Dance East, means we are unable to bring you our planned extended feature on the event we are instead...

Published in Editorial on February 2, 2004 5:40 PM

Paying To Dance

by Helen Parlor "By loving what we do can we excuse the standards of living that our payment offers? " Helen Parlor asks why dancers should expect such poor financial returns for their skills. When I was 18 and deciding...

Published in Editorial on January 19, 2004 11:46 PM

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