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Shifting the dial on pregnant dancers on stage

It wasn’t long ago that pregnancy could signal the end of a dancer’s career. Thankfully, things have changed, with companies…

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Female dance bodies onstage: are we seeing a revolution?

Is the work of one of Europe’s most of-the-moment choreographers shifting expectations of female bodies on stage?

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Putting the science behind performers’ well-being

Caring for performers’ mental and physical well-being needs to be backed by evidence-based methods for maximum impact.

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So you want my arts job: Choreographer

Freelance dancer and choreographer Eliza Cooper explores the multi-faceted aspects of her profession and the excitement of interdisciplinary practices.

So you want my arts job: Cruise Entertainer

As cruising returns, we talk with entertainer Neven Connelly about opportunities for this unique travelling gig.

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How to make the most of a Fringe festival

Three Fringe festival veterans on why they love Fringe and their advice for newcomers.