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The award, presented to Hijinx at the Bridge Theatre in London on Friday 25th January, recognised their fast-growing global presence in the arts industry.
The Royal Shakespeare Company has unveiled plans to “level the playing field” for disabled actors by casting them in new productions in what one said marked “another massive crack in the glass ceiling”.
In a typical morning class at American Ballet Theater, the brightly lit studio feels like a laboratory. If you’ve watched these dancers in performance, you might be surprised at how messy they can be when practicing, falling out of turns, missing the landing of jumps.
Disabled audiences were top of mind for the artists featured in Crip Shorts as they created their pieces
Attending the ceremony were Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Trinh Thi Thuy, former Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Dang Thi Bich Lien, together with representatives of the Government Office, Ministry of Education and Training, Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs, and the Propaganda Department and Hanoi People's Committee a large number of cadres, teachers and students of the generation of Dance School.
World-leading annual music festival Celtic Connections kicks off tonight as over 100 young musicians from across Scotland take to the stage to officially open 18 days of music, set to bring Glasgow alive on stages across the city.