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23 Oct
Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) has started hosting its five-day dance music festival after the Dutch government lifted restrictions on the entertainment sector, as well as clubs and bars. The event has been scaled down compared to previous years, while measures are in place to prevent the spread of Covid-19, including on-site testing.
19 Jun
Revellers crowd the newly reopened dance floor of a club in Washington, DC, as authorities lift all Covid restrictions on bars, nightclubs and entertainment venues in the US capital, allowing them to operate at full capacity. "I just high-fived a stranger," says local resident and partygoer Aimee Bailey, "we're just so excited to be able to be next to each other." Nightclub owner Bill Spieler shares her enthusiasm but also confesses to being "nervous," as his venue hasn't welcomed dancing crowds indoors for over a year until now.
7 May
Colombians protest with arts performances, music and dance in the capital Bogota as anti-government demonstrations continue in the South American country.
28 Mar
South Africa's Zulu people gather outside the gates of the royal palace to bid farewell to their departed king. Goodwill Zwelithini was the longest-serving monarch in Zulu history, reigning for half a century through years of apartheid and democratic transition. He died last Friday, aged 72, after weeks of treatment for a diabetes-related illness.
28 Feb
Japanese women dance during an event inspired by the global One Billion Rising campaign, a mass action to end violence against women, with #KuToo anti-high heels campaigner Yumi Ishikawa joining the team. The performance took place days after former Olympics chief Yoshiro Mori stepped down following his sexist remarks.
6 Oct 2020
This creative - drama, dance, and theater - group based in Port Harcourt is attracting attention. Xcel Theatre became famous for its well-choreographed action stunts when social media influencers share their videos.
20 Aug 2020
⁣On Popsicles this week, Isabella Ayomobi talks about her dance career and how she grew her social media followers through dance.
4 Jul 2020
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9 Jun 2020
Releasing your debut album in the midst of a global pandemic is not something Elisabeth Elektra expected when she started making it. The Glasgow-based songwriter, who spent five years growing up in France, counts Prince, Kate Bush and Mylène Farmer among her influences. We caught up with her to discuss her effervescent electro pop debut album "Mercurial" and were treated to a live performance of her track "Sadie".
13 Mar 2020
Tunji Joseph talks about Whiteboard, Black pieces: Race in the west. The stage play answers posers on what it means to be black in a predominantly white environment or if it is one of pain, suffering, and confusion?
21 Dec 2019
As 2019 draws to a close, join Violet Johnson as she brings you a compilation of the year’s biggest entertainment news.⁣⁣⁣ Subscribe to the YouTube channel of Guardian Nigeria to watch this and more.⁣⁣
19 Dec 2019
Screenwriter and choreographer Seyi Oluyole founded the Dream Catchers Dance Academy to help orphaned children off the streets and back into school. Oluyole takes care of their daily needs and currently has nine foster children. Her dance videos featuring her young students have even caught the eye of international stars.

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