National Dance Company Wales and Literature Wales have confirmed the independent dance artists and poets who will be joining NDCWales’ dancers as part of their online collaborative project, Plethu/Weave to create 8 short cross–artform films.
NDCWales creates live version of Ed Myhill’s Clapping with Company Dancers in lockdown.
For one night only audiences will be able to watch a full evening programme of dance by National Dance Company Wales as part of the LIVE in Your Living Room event on 19 June 2020 organised by Déda. In partnership with Déda and Derby Theatre, LIVE in Your Living Room will showcase three of NationalContinue reading “An Evening of Dance – Live In Your Living Room”
National Dance Company Wales (NDCWales) will be launching its new online programme, KiN: Connected, on Thursday 16 April across its website and social media channels as part of the Company’s desire to create a community for dance online with audiences, participants and the sector.
Amy Stutz spoke to three Acosta Danza dancers, Mario Sergio Elías, Leticia Silva and her twin brother Alejandro ahead of the company’s spring tour of Evolution
On March 31, Ballet Cymru returns to Newport’s Riverfront Theatre to present a new portfolio of dance from Wales-based choreographers.
Ground-breaking performer, director and choreographer, the late Nigel Charnock, will be celebrated by National Dance Company Wales (NDCWales) whose forthcoming nationwide tour, KIN, will include Charnock’s riotous work, Lunatic, performed alongside a new work by Alexandra Waierstall as well as a piece by the Company’s own Artistic Director, Fearghus Ó Conchúir
Amy,Dowden who established herself on the hit BBC show Strictly Come Dancing discusses Lost In The Rhythm of which she has been heavily involved in directing and choreographing along with Ben Jones.
From classical ballet to contemporary movement, there was frequently much to enjoy in the world of dance across South Wales theatres.
WITH the festive season fast approaching, there’s no better way to get in the Christmas spirit than by enjoying a Russian ballet at St David’s Hall. Here are 10 reasons why they are unmissable!