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Stopgap Dance Company has a reputation of offering opportunities for disabled dancers to perform before mainstream audiences. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to experienced dancer David Toole about performing in this new dance-drama

Andrew Clarke

DanceEast unveils a premiere and a party for new contemporary dance piece The Knot. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to choreographer Didy Veldman about the enduring magic of marriage

Andrew Clarke

International dance company Tilted Productions premieres a new piece exploring the notions of home at DanceEast. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to choreographer Maresa von Stockert about home being where the heart is

Andrew Clarke

DanceEast commissioned a real Christmas treat from choreographer Jane Hackett when they asked her to develop her idea of turning Mary Norton’s much-loved children’s novel The Borrowers into a dance-theatre production.

Andrew Clarke

DanceEast is staging the premiere of a new dance-theatre production of the children’s classic The Borrowers. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to director Jane Hackett about putting dancers in the middle of an animated world

Andrew Clarke

Ipswich dancer Harry Clark returns home this weekend to perform with Scottish dance Theatre at the Jerwood DanceHouse. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to him

Andrew Clarke

Breathtaking performances, dazzlingly athleticism, lyrical movement, beautiful lighting and powerful music are the hallmarks of choreographer Joss Arnott’s work.

Andrew Clarke

One of the nation’s greatest dance companies is coming to Ipswich to unveil a triple bill of new work. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at what is in store when the National Dance Company Wales takes to the stage

Andrew Clarke

Culture and heritage in Suffolk have been given a huge vote of confidence after the Arts Council unveiled long-term funding plans which will give just under £20m to organisations in the county deemed to be producing work of national significance.

Andrew Clarke

Shakespeare continues to inspire the creative arts 400 years after his death. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to young choreographer about an international collaboration to bring new life to Rosalind, star of As You Like It.

Andrew Clarke

There is something inherently funny about watching children and adults struggling to remove or put on their shoes and socks.

Andrew Clarke

Classical Indian dance and hip hop is combined in a new work at the DanceHouse in Ipswich. Arts editor Andrew Clarke found out more

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