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Second Leicester International Dance Festival A special issue of the journal Choreography and Dance (Second Leicester International Dance Festival, Part 1) by Donna McDonald

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English


  • Performing Arts / Dance / General,
  • Dance - General,
  • Performing Arts,
  • Dance

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages110
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12860367M
ISBN 103718653206
ISBN 109783718653201

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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The international dancing event is set to showcase local, national, and international work over ten days. LDIF aims to raise the profile of dance throughout Leicester by offering a range of performances that reflect the diversity of the city and to give opportunities to new, emerging talent.   A huge dance festival, focusing on diversity in dance, opens in Leicester today - International Dance Day. Let's Dance International Frontiers . 30 Seconds of Freedom Saturday 16 May , pm (BST) Inspired with conversations had in with artists in the midst of the current situation, 30 Seconds of Freedom is a collective dance short bringing together dancers from around the world in an expression of movement, a step outside of reality and a breath in a time of social distancing. Anyone is welcome to submit 30 seconds of movement.

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  Learn how to swing dance with free sessions throughout the weekend led by the team from Leicester Lindy Hop or sit back and enjoy the music from some of the best big bands around. 12pm . Leicester is a great city in which to hold a public event. However as an organiser, you are responsible for the planning, organisation and operation of your event. You must ensure that your event meets standards for health and safety and risk assessments. Leicester Arts Festivals is a network set up to share information, ideas and resources, and identifies opportunity for strategic collaboration across the city’s arts festivals. Through the network, members work to ensure the collective arts festival scene in Leicester thrives and delivers a strong ambition of artistic excellence and audience.   Let’s Dance International Frontiers, the annual dance festival in Leicester, is going ahead online with Alternative LDIF20, a digital festival of dance, from 29 April to 18 May following the postponement of the physical festival due to the coronavirus pandemic.. Alternative LDIF20 will feature dance performances, speakers, an online exhibition, film screenings, the launch of Serendipity’s.