Useful Links: Digital Resources 

These digital resources will help you get your dance fix wherever you are! Whether you are interested in viewing more performances, exploring company specific work or simply broadening your engagement with the industry, the below links offer fresh creative outlets and new ways for audiences to the access the arts. Summaries have been taken from the third party websites.

Streaming Services

Stream Dance, Opera And Theatre on any device from the leading streaming platform for arts and culture. They show full-length productions across, ballet, opera, contemporary dance and theatre, as well as offering insightful documentaries.
https://www.marquee.tv

An online media network dedicated to all forms of dance around the world. Their mission is to educate viewers about the art form and to inspire, engage and connect them through the universal language of dance. Here you can find original video programming, covering numerous styles of dance through unique series, news content, interviews, performances, classes, documentaries and much more.

https://dancechanneltv.com


This platform shares video interviews with ballerinas, dancers, artistic directors and choreographers from top companies around the world.
https://www.thewonderfulworldofdance.com/category/the-wonderful-world-of-dance-tv

Medici.tv is a classical music channel which offers access to a number of ballet performances from some of the worlds best companies including The Royal Ballet, Monte Carlo Ballet, Bolshoi and others. Content is available in English and French.

https://www.medici.tv/en/ 

Numeridanse is a multimedia platform offering free access to filmed performances, documentaries, interviews, fictions and dance videos. A number of genres, styles and forms are showcased including: butoh, classical ballet, neo-classical ballet, baroque, Indian, African, flamenco, contemporary, traditional dances, hip-hop, tango, jazz and circus arts.

https://www.numeridanse.tv/en/home

Here you can stream world class theatre experiences, either renting single productions or gaining unlimited access to their content for £9.99 per month.
https://www.digitaltheatre.com

Provides exclusive access to an unprecedented and continually expanding range of streamed video and audio footage from performance practitioners past and present paired with relevant critical commentary delivered directly to classrooms, rehearsal halls, libraries and digital devices.
https://www.routledgeperformancearchive.com

A place to get your Broadway (and West End) fix! For a subcription fee you can access hundreds of productions from your laptop, phone, tablet, or TV.

https://www.broadwayhd.com

Industry Insights

One Dance UK have created this easy to use calendar covering exactly what’s happening digitally in dance: when, where and in what categories. With everything from live-streamed shows, to classes, talks, and CPD this is a place for the dance sector to highlight and celebrate their events.
https://www.onedanceuk.org/digital-dance-events-calendar/ 

A place to stay up-to-date with virtual happenings in the dance community. Dance Magazine offer a “Virtual Dance Opportunities” section within their Dance Annual Directory to help people find classes, workshops, Q&As and more.

https://www.dancemagazine.com/virtual-dance-2645689150.html?rebelltitem=59#rebelltitem59 

Bringing arts and culture into your home through innovative short films, audio and interactive works from young artists.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/arts/bbc-introducing-arts

An online resource for the professional dance community. JUICE shares professional development opportunities for
dance artists, as well as information on performance platforms, auditions, funding, classes, training and conferences.
https://www.theplace.org.uk/juice

An art-oriented television channel offering 24 hours a day of programmes dedicated to highbrow arts, including
theatrical performances, movies, documentaries and music.
https://www.sky.com/watch/channel/sky-arts

Check out their number one ballet and dance podcast series on iTunes, interviewing incredible dancers, choreographers, artistic directors from top dance and ballet companies from around the world.
https://www.thewonderfulworldofdance.com/category/ballet-dance-podcasts

Company Specific

Sadler’s Wells presents a programme of full-length dance performances, films and workshop online, to keep audiences entertained and connected through dance, wherever you are in the world.
https://www.sadlerswells.com/whats-on/2020/sadlers-wells-digital-stage/

On the Rambert Home Studio website and app, you can find a whole range of content to explore including behind the scenes footage and insights; interviews; a new Super Humans podcast series; playlists; classes led by company dancers, and inspiring guests. New classes, videos, playlists and podcasts are added each month.
https://www.rambert.org.uk/homestudio/

With new digital seasons, English National Ballet are offering free access to great content aiming to keep audiences active and inspired. 
https://www.ballet.org.uk/enb-at-home/

Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures update their social media channels with activities suitable for the whole family, including exclusive behind-the-scenes content from all their shows and rarely seen treasures from the company’s history. 
https://new-adventures.net/reel-adventures#overview

The Royal Opera House has made available the outputs of its digital production to help inform future developments in the arts sector. They have collated project documents and processes, a user experience toolkit and open source and open data initiatives.
http://www.roh.org.uk/digital

A new dance film platform showcasing all the ways you can watch Northern Ballet in the digital world.
https://northernballet.com/digitaldance

For a monthly subcription cost, you can access a collection of unforgettable British theatre. New content is every month, so there’s always something new to look forward to.  You’ll also get exclusive access to behind-the-scenes content.

https://www.ntathome.com 

The four-year project of The Forsythe Company provides a digital platform offering broad context for research into choreographic practise. 
http://motionbank.org