From ballet dancing to mountain climbing and from art to athletics, we meet seven older people who prove that later life can be anything but dull
Sierra Leonean-American Michaela DePrince was orphaned at the age of three. She went on to join the Dutch National Ballet. DePrince features in a book, The Female Lead, which is designed to [...]
According to psychologists, dance can not only help improve our mood and fitness, it can aid creativity and make us feel more alive. Jini Reddy discovers how even novice dancers have no excuse [...]
Partying hard at 6am isn't a big deal in trendy east London, but as Nicola Slawson finds, it's an altogether different experience when you're fresh out of bed and raving on your way to work
Dance is one of the only international languages in the world, Megan Preston tells Nicola Slawson, so why not use it to inspire positive change?
A groundbreaking social project is using the art of capoeira to coax shell-shocked and vulnerable children out from behind their painful memories and towards empowerment and hope
Parkour, also known as free-running, is as good for your mental wellbeing as it is for your physical health – and no Bond-style leaps across skyscrapers required!
As much of the country settled down to watch the Olympic opening ceremony on 27 July, a completely different world event had swung into action at Charlton Park in Wiltshire
An intrepid troupe of singers, musicians and Dabke dancers who, inspired by their heritage, have worked to revive the folk music of Palestine.
Established in 1987 the China Disabled People's Arts Troupe' is a professional performing troupe achieving performances of the highest standards.
Genesis front man and long term human rights campaigner, Peter Gabriel, has been named the Man of Peace for 2007, at the 7th [...]
The whole community of the village of Llanhari, near Cardiff, were brought together by a show about sustainability this summer