Three dances to reconnect us to our theatres and One Another
Ludo by Caroline Finn
A darkly funny and high-energy dance about the importance of play. As adults we rarely make time to play, Ludo invites you to rediscover the spontaneous delights of childhood and the thrill of twisted mind games. Swap your day job for the dressing up box and escape into a world of fantastical playgrounds and wild, unbridled imagination.
Codi by Anthony Matsena
Codi emerges from the ashes to inspire us in 2022 with a powerful and energetic story about the strength in communities banding together to tackle the hardships of life through troubled times. Built on the foundations of Welsh mining stories told though dance, song, poetry and theatre, the audience is wrapped in a blanket of darkness before being led towards a light of hope and celebration.
Wild Thoughts by Andrea Costanzo Martini
Expect fearless, impressive dance full of playful wit that calls our bodies back to movement, pleasure, and joy. Working in the UK for the first time, Martini will reintroduce us to our long-missed stages, offering the theatre as places to gather, express ourselves and to celebrate One Another.
Audio description is available at this performance. Listen to an audio flyer here.
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Workshops for schools, groups and aspiring dancers of all ages are available from NDCWales to accompany their One Another Tour.
If your group purchases 10 tickets or more for the performance of One Another you can access a free 90 min dance workshop with NDCWales at your school or venue at a time to suit you. If you are interested in this offer please contact email@example.com
Please note that audience members are no longer required to show an NHS Covid pass to gain entry to a performance.
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