By Mark Monahan
14 December 2019
The past 10 years have seen dance percolate into the nation’s psyche, and engage with both our past and our present as never before. As office workers have clustered around the water cooler on a Monday to rail against the iniquities of Craig Revel Horwood’s voting on Strictly Come Dancing, and Britain’s grandest ballet companies increasingly invited contemporary choreographers from across the globe…
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