National Dance Company Wales

National Dance Company Wales

Dates

10 February

Prices

£15 - £22
Concessions: £2 off
Under 25s: Half price

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National Dance Company Wales presents a triple bill of dynamic dance from world class choreographers and home-grown talent. Stephen Petronio's latest work Water Stories, accompanied by original music from Grammy and Academy Award-winning composer Atticus Ross (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) was inspired by the abundant and magical waterscapes of Wales and features original visuals from Matthew Brandt.

Lee Johnston and lighting designer Joe Fletcher present They Seek To Find The Happiness They Seem, a duet using existing forms of choreography, lighting and costume design to explore dislocation and separation within a relationship.

Stephen Shropshire's thought-provoking Mythology is a mesmerising work complemented by Frederic Rzewski's Coming Together, an avant-garde composition for piano, jazz ensemble and spoken word.

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Interactive Matinee: 11 February (£5)

The National Dance Company Wales Interactive Matinee does exactly what it says on the tin - you have the chance to volunteer to take part in class exercises with our dancers on stage, ask questions and learn to dance sections that you'll see our dancers perform after an interval.

For ages 9+, it's a great introduction to contemporary dance and a relaxed, open theatre environment.  

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School Groups: To book onto the Interactive matinee with a workshop, please contact participation@ndcwales.co.uk or phone 029 2063 5612

Show Times

National Dance Company Wales - Theatre 1  
Monday 10 February 7.30pm
Tuesday 11 February - Interactive Matinee 1.00pm

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