One Dance UK Magazine
One is the magazine from One Dance UK, the UK Body for Dance.
Each issue of One is themed and contains prevailing trends and topical issues relevant to the dance sector. Expect dance articles, professional advice, news, exclusive interviews, resources for teachers and updates on the world of dance.
One is published twice a year, in Spring and Autumn, and is available for purchase for £5.00 (plus postage and packaging)
The Spring 2018 edition of One Magazine out now!
Special Focus on Infrastructure
This issue explores the state of the UK dance sector, locating both where dance is happening, and where it’s headed.
- Interviews with Liam Scarlett, Alastair Spalding and Peter Bodejo OBE
- A first look at the results of One Dance UK’s Dance of the African Diaspora Mapping Survey
- Social media, marketing and the choreographic process
- Baroness Jane Bonham-Carter on Brexit and dance in schools
… and much more!
Autumn 2017 edition of One Magazine
Special Focus on Careers
Information to help boost your career in a wide range of fields, including dance teaching, dance science, mentoring and observerships.
Exclusive interviews with a wide range of key dance figures:
Christopher Wheeldon OBE, Leanne Cope and the cast of An American in Paris
Beverley Glean MBE
Health and Education articles
Spring 2017 edition of One Magazine
Special Focus on Health
Exclusive interview with The Royal Ballet’s Eric Underwood
Exclusive interview with Rambert dancers about Christopher Bruce’s Ghost Dances
Strength training for female dancers
Combining dance science with Kathak dance
Centre for Advanced Training students work with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
The challenges and freedoms of working as an independent dance artist
Autumn 2016 edition of One Magazine
Special Focus on Education
Exclusive interview with Carlos Acosta CBE
The Ebacc Debate
How to make links with schools as a dance artist
A Headteacher’s view on dance in schools
Julia Gleich on her Choreographer’s Observership with English National Ballet
Children and Young People’s Dance Expert Panel