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LAST CHANCE! Want to see Brisbane's main contemporary dance company for free? We have two double passes to give away to its latest season.

Sydney Dance Company is making a triumphant return to the global stage this year, with a big overseas tour taking in six cities.

We have THREE double passes to give away for the Sydney showing of GREASE on Tuesday 26th March at 7pm at Sydney Capitol Theatre.

"Intoxicatingly fleet footwork and ethereal big 'R' Romantic bearing." What was the best in Melbourne dance in 2023? SUSAN BENDALL nominates her highlights.

A new documentary film charting the amazing injury and recovery of acclaimed Australian dancer Steven Mcrae is soon to be released.

What was the state of the art in 2023? In this annual survey, Dance Australia's regular critics nominate their highlights for the year. Here is Perth critic Isabelle Leclezio's choice.

Alexander Campbell, a principal dancer with the Royal Ballet in London, has been appointed as the Royal Academy of Dance's new Artistic Director.

In news that will be the envy of the dance world, San Francisco Ballet in the US has announced it has received a gift of 60 million US dollars.

North Melbourne’s Arts House kicks off Season 1 this week with a program called 'Cuddle'.

Co.3, West Australia's contemporary dance company, is combining with the West Australian Ballet for its forthcoming season of STATE.

ADC presents THREE

Australian Dance Collective is bringing its annual season of THREE to the Brisbane Powerhouse, and Artistic Director Amy Hollingsworth cannot wait to share this new collection with audiences.

Following its hugely successful season at the Sydney Fringe Festival last year, Danza del Arte is bringing its latest production, a collaboration with Taikoz, to the Adelaide Fringe.

CONGRATULATIONS to Australian dancers Jenson Blight and Ruby Day, who have both won top prizes at the finals of the 2024 Prix de Lausanne in Switzerland.

Ruth Osborne has received an Order of Australia Medal (OAM) in the Australia Day Honours for "services to the performing arts, especially dance".

The prestigious Prix de Lausanne starts this week! 

Leila Lois warns of a funding crisis in the arts, particularly  independent dance.