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Do parents appreciate just how much time, effort and enthusiasm their children give to dance? The new issue of Dance Gazette invites some plucky parents to join their children’s classes – from pirouettes to street dance – and experience the dedication and joy shared by teachers and students alike. If books are your bag, dive into our special feature on classic children’s books about dance. From Ballet Shoes to Angelina Ballerina, it should stir some memories and suggest some new titles. All this, plus Dame Monica Mason’s remarkable life in dance; stories from Singapore and the Appalachian mountains; and an enchanted evening with The Royal Ballet.
Meet the parents
Do parents appreciate their kids’ dedication to dance? We invite parents to try a class themselves.
One enchanted evening
Royal Ballet stars past and present gather to celebrate the RAD’s Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Award.
How the onesie made its move from Diaghilev’s ballet to the couture catwalk.
Exams aren’t the only route to achievement with the RAD. New awards can inspire creativity in students and teachers.
By the book
What makes a classic children’s ballet book? We celebrate Ballet Shoes and select 10 top books. Enter our competition and name your favourite titles.
Can old-time dance survive in America’s mountain communities?
Wayne McGregor’s contemporary moves ignite an RAD summer school.
Dame Monica Mason: What I’ve learned
Dancing on the edge of history.
Plus... the baby ballerina, the penguin dance, and photos and news from around the RAD.