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Dance Gazette single issue


Having delivered our first guest-edited Dance Gazette, we have been pushing ahead with plans for the next two issues. However, we have taken the decision to deliver them in a digital format only due to COVID-19, with an option to produce a small print-run for souvenir purposes at the end of the year. The issues can be purchased at £3.50 each.

June’s issue is brought to you by British fashion designer, Gareth Pugh. Gareth has a strong dance connection, having been trained by RAD teacher Susan Doyle, and designing costumes for Wayne McGregor’s ballets.


The second of this year’s special guest editors for Dance Gazette is visionary fashion designer Gareth Pugh. Growing up in Sunderland, he took RAD classes and exams before pursuing a design career that returned him to the ballet stage.

Gareth’s journey through the dance world opens up new possibilities: of imagination, identity and political change. He has also created two films to accompany his special issue. It examines how dance made him the artist he is today, how boys access creativity, how ballet can propel fashion forward, and what happens when élite ballet meets the fierce art of voguing – in the Royal Opera House.


Whole other world
From youthful RAD to opera houses in London and Paris, dance has been a thread running through Gareth Pugh’s life and career.

Dress code
Why are fashion designers drawn to ballet? Does the stage let them experiment, innovate – and let rip?

And the category is
Voguing and classical ballet – could they be more different? One edgy, the other elite? Worlds collide at the Royal Opera House.

Boy trouble
Ballet helps boys explore creativity and emotion. But how does that play in Australia’s macho culture?

Open arms
We look more closely at the RAD’s elegant coat of arms, and its unexpectedly modern motto.

Facing the future
What is the artistic ethos connecting all of the RAD’s work? Academy experts look back – and into the future.

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