National Dance Company Wales

National Dance Company Wales


28 February & 1 March
Interactive Matinee: 1.00pm 27 February


£15-£22 | Concessions £2 off
Under 25s: Half Price
20% off when booked with The Rodin Project & Richard Alston Dance Company

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Post-show talk: 28 February

Interactive Matinee:1.00pm 27 Feb (age 8-12) £5
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Celebrating its 30th year, National Dance Company Wales returns to the venue where it started to perform a spellbinding programme of exhilarating dance.

National Dance Company Wales Associates raise the curtain with the spectacular Orient. Dream, from renowned choreographer Christopher Bruce, is a breathtaking celebration of the excellence and achievement of Britain in its Olympic year.

House Choreographer Eleesha Drennan presents Virtual Descent with a recording of a newly-commissioned work from BBC National Orchestra of Wales’ resident composer Mark Bowden.

Resident designer Joe Fletcher and choreographer and dancer Lee Johnston present Purlieus, fusing movement with animation and light to create an immersive experience.

20% off when booked with The Rodin Project & Richard Alston Dance Company

Find out more... NDCWales

Watch Dance Class

Friday 1st March, 3pm – 4.15pm
Free to ticket holders only

NCDW are opening the doors and inviting audience members in to watch the dancers prepare for the performance as they take their dance class on stage. The event is open to local artists, photographers and interested people who are coming to either of the evening performances at Sherman Cymru. It’s a fantastic opportunity to sketch, photograph or just watch these world-class company dancers in movement.

For further information and to book a place please contact our Ticketing Office on 029 2064 6900

Show Times

National Dance Company Wales - Theatre 1  
Thursday 28 February 7.30pm
Friday 1 March 7.30pm


'The undisputed crowd-pleaser of the night followed, in the form of Christopher Bruce's witty and charming Dream. Turning a 1940s sports day into a quest for triumph, National Dance Company Wales had us in the palm of its hands.'
The Scotsman

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