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Alumni in the press

Discover the latest performances, ventures and stories of our alumni.

Follow the links to discover their features in the press, read the reviews of their latest work and follow their journey.

‘I love the unknown’ Dance Sensation Salome Pressac on her boldest move yet.

‘The striking dancer rose up with Rambert but is going freelance despite the chaos caused by Covid in order to take on new challenges’ Read more in The Guardian

Movin’ on up: five dazzling dancers to watch 

‘ It was impossible not to notice Salomé Pressac. It’s the beginning of a stellar career, no doubt’ Read more

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Short films created by female choreographers to be released by Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures

All three have performed in at least one of New Adventure’s director Matthew Bourne’s previous productions, and have now been selected for their “work ethic, determination and courageous outlook on inclusive female representation in the world of performing arts”

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‘We need to step up!’ Five women pushing dance forward

‘A go-to choreographer for big ballet companies looking to make relevant work for their younger dancers’

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‘We need to step up!’ Five women pushing dance forward

‘Rambert School-trained Arielle Smith has had one of the best starts you can imagine, landing a gig as young associate choreographer with Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures company, working alongside Bourne on his new production of Romeo and Juliet’.

Are you ready to watch the undead dance? ENB takes flight into film

‘The cheery season finale is Arielle Smith’s Jolly Folly (directed by Amy Becker-Burnett, available 21 December). Smith, 24, is clearly one to watch’.

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News of Note: Everything You Might Have Missed in January 2020

Sadler’s Wells has named Magnus Westwell as one of their young associates for 2020–21.

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‘Keep making, keep moving!’ Phoenix Dance Theatre’s new boss Dane Hurst

“I’m definitely humbled and honoured to take up this post,” says the 36-year-old. “I know how incredibly life-changing dance can be.”

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