Dance

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    Video caption: Paralysed dancer from Cambridge aims for "slow dance" on wedding day

    Alex Collins became partially paralysed after diving into a shallow river to retrieve a plastic ring.

  2. Shobana Jeyasingh: Recreating the 1918 flu pandemic through dance

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    Video caption: Following the choreographer's work, Contagion

    Choreographer, Shobana Jeyasingh’s major work Contagion was inspired by the 1918 Spanish flu. Today, we discover how she feels about this piece during a modern global pandemic.

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    Video caption: Dancing with the Bounce Bhangra brothers

    Brothers Vikram, 33, and Mrinal Seth, 31, ran high-energy dances classes from their living room in Harrow, north London every day during lockdown.

  4. Dance Makes Me Come Alive

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    Video caption: "After a little dance, everybody just feels amazing" Jalisa on the power of dance

    "After a little dance, everybody just feels amazing" Jalisa on the power of dance

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    Video caption: Royal Ballet back on stage with social distancing

    But the performances will be different to before - with social distancing on stage and off.

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    Video caption: Coronavirus: Tango competitors take to the living room floor

    The Buenos Aires World Tango Championship took place online because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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    Video caption: Coronavirus: Socially-distanced salsa 'stretches imagination'

    Latin dancing is all about the romance, but things look a little different these days.

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    Video caption: Irene Hayes has been running Superarts Academy in the same space for 55 years.

    Irene and her daughter Susan have been teaching dance to the Southwark community for years in the same studio but now after 55 years they have lost the space.

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    Video caption: Coronavirus: Tokyo's famous Kabuki-za Theatre reopens after five months

    Capacity has been halved at the venue, with performers now wearing masks and sitting further apart.