We’re delighted to be part of Wales Dance Platform 2014 with performances happening at the Sherman on Sunday 29 June.
Wales Dance Platform takes place across Cardiff from Friday 27 to Sunday 29 June, bringing together dancers, choreographers, photographers and film-makers who will share their latest work with audiences and fellow artists.
A £1,000 cash award is on offer to the dance artist who really catches the eye of the panel across the weekend. The weekend begins with events at Wales Millennium Centre on Friday 27 June and at Chapter on Saturday 28 June – full programme details and links to book tickets for Friday and Saturday events are available here www.walesdanceplatform.co.uk
All Day: Photography Exhibition: John Collingswood and Leah Crossley.
Installation: Joanne Fong and Heloise Godfrey-Talbot – Watching
1pm: Family Dance Workshop
£10 (Under 16s: £2.50) (includes ticket for the Family Performance) Book Online
Led by Aleksandra Jones with Tanja Rahman and Lara Ward.
FREE to ticket holders for the 2.30pm family performance at the Sherman
2.30pm: Family Performance
£10 (Under 16s: £2.50) (includes ticket for the Workshop) Book Online
A performance of work created for families to enjoy together:
Louise Suller – Sali a’r Balerina
Zosia Jo: Joon Dance – Play The Game
Jem Treays: Runragged Dance – Transition
£10 Book Online
Idrissa Camara and Oumar Almamy Camara: Ballet Nimba – Sagatala
Sandra Harnish-Lacey: Harnish Lacey Dance Theatre – TAN
Phil Williams: Cascade Dance Theatre – Winter Sun
Gwyn Emberton – The Devil in Eden
A day pass giving you access to all events at a specific venue on that day is £15 Weekend passes are available that allow access to every event across the weekend at a cost of £35. These are available from Sherman Cymru. Tickets booked from 27th June must be collected from the Sherman Theatre.
Day Pass for the Sherman Theatre: £15 Book Online
Weekend Pass: £35 (call 029 2064 6900 for more information)
Wales Dance Platform 2014 presents and celebrates independent choreographers from across Wales and is a co-production between Creu Cymru, Chapter, Sherman Cymru, Wales Millennium Centre and Coreo Cymru, with support from Arts Council of Wales.