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Dame Darcey Bussell is our guest editor for this issue of Dance Gazette. In this most challenging of years, it feels right that the beloved ballerina and President of the RAD has shaped an issue with a special emphasis on the way dance impacts on mental health and wellbeing, even in difficult circumstances.
Darcey speaks to psychologists with performance expertise, and we also meet dancers from New Zealand as they emerge from lockdown. We learn how Audrey Hepburn – Darcey’s favourite movie star – drew on her ballet training to forge her unique career, while a timely discussion explores how Black Lives Matter may change ballet forever.
Full brain workout
How can dance impact on our moods, minds and morale? Peter Lovatt reveals all to Darcey Bussell.
Back to life
New Zealand’s ballet dancers and RAD teachers were among the first to return to work. They describe the mixed emotions of going in and out of lockdown.
Audrey Hepburn is Darcey’s favourite film star – but what does her unique persona owe to her wartime ballet training?
Black Lives Matter is a movement for change. Three Black dancers discuss how to create change for good. Read the full article.
We know who we are
Emerging from a tumultuous year, the RAD looks to the future.