Awakening

Three unique dances to amuse and amaze.

Choreography by: Fernando Melo, Caroline Finn and Marcos Morau.

 

AFTERIMAGE

A journey of fleeting images; of appearance and disappearance. Mirrors are used on stage to form a unique theatrical experience where the past and the present collide with a poetic & creative style of dance.

REVELLERS’ MASS

Delve into a world of ritual as an unlikely group gathers for a dinner party, where etiquette is put to the test. Curious choreography and characters are inspired by historical paintings.

TUNDRA

A Decade of Dance

The Dance Centre returns to Sherman Theatre with a wonderful celebration marking The Performance Centre’s 10th Anniversary.

A Decade of Dance features favourite songs and shows from across the years, reinvented and performed by all the Dance Centre Students. Showcasing tap, ballet, modern, street and contemporary dance, there is something for everyone in this special spectacular.

Discover Dance

Learn some moves, get on stage with the Company dancers, watch a short performance and ask the dancers anything you like.

Awakening

Three unique dances to amuse and amaze.

Choreography by: Fernando Melo, Caroline Finn and Marcos Morau.

 

AFTERIMAGE

A journey of fleeting images; of appearance and disappearance. Mirrors are used on stage to form a unique theatrical experience where the past and the present collide with a poetic & creative style of dance.

REVELLERS’ MASS

Delve into a world of ritual as an unlikely group gathers for a dinner party, where etiquette is put to the test. Curious choreography and characters are inspired by historical paintings.

TUNDRA

Watch Dance

Get a unique behind-the-scenes look at how dancers prepare just hours before a show. You can observe, sketch, record and photograph the ballet or contemporary class, giving you a glimpse into NDCWales life. 
Perfect for dance students, artists, photographers and anyone interested in peeking behind the curtain. Expand your portfolio, practice drawing from movement or just observe with interest.

Watch Dance Class is free to attend.

MK Ultra

Be dazzled by bright lights, superhuman dancing and pounding trap music as choreographer Rosie Kay and filmmaker Adam Curtis collaborate to create a bold commentary on the rise of conspiracy.

As millions of young people turn away from established political systems, MK Ultra looks at conspiracy and myth within popular culture and ideas about who really is in control. Taking its inspiration from the real LSD-fuelled experiments led by the US Military and CIA, MK Ultra shines a light on the Illuminati and temptations to cross to the dark side.

Workshop, Behind-the-Mind with Jean Abreu

Find out more about how Jean Abreu works as a choreographer by taking part in this challenging & rewarding workshop for professional dancers, based on his new work, Solo for two. 

Jean Abreu is a Choreographer and Performer born in Brazil. He choreographed his first work in 2003 and later that year was honoured with the Jerwood Choreography Award. Since then, his work has toured throughout the UK, Europe and Brazil including performances for London Dance Umbrella, the Royal Opera House and the Southbank Centre.

This workshop is aimed at advanced dancers.

Solo for Two - Jean Abreu

A performance by British-Brazilian choreographer Jean Abreu, who has now spent half his life in Brazil and the other half in Britain. Solo for Two is the second production in a trilogy where he explores his own identity, formed in-between different cultures and dance languages.  Solo for Two focuses on the outward journey: how a migratory identity is created by cycles of loss, letting go and new beginnings. Two dancers, a man and a woman, two sides of the same coin, are caught in a struggle to find their place in the world.

Solo for Two - Jean Abreu

A performance by British-Brazilian choreographer Jean Abreu, who has now spent half his life in Brazil and the other half in Britain. Solo for Two is the second production in a trilogy where he explores his own identity, formed in-between different cultures and dance languages.  Solo for Two focuses on the outward journey: how a migratory identity is created by cycles of loss, letting go and new beginnings. Two dancers, a man and a woman, two sides of the same coin, are caught in a struggle to find their place in the world.

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