“It’s rare in dance to feel totally intrigued by what might happen next” – Sarah Crompton, The Guardian
Two physically thrilling dance works to set your pulse racing.
by Marcos Morau
A haunting waltz plays in the distance. From the ashes a tangle of shining creatures emerge to inhabit a new world. In the chaos and turbulence their only hope is to remain united.
If you enjoyed the electrifying choreographic world of Tundra in 2017, this is another chance to experience work by trailblazing Spanish choreographer Marcos Morau.
by Sarah Golding & Yukiko Masui (SAY)
Say Something explores what it means to ‘represent’, and the ever-growing expectation to have a voice. Working with beatboxers MC Zani and Dean Yhnell, this new work is a relentlessly physical, visual and sonic feast.
SAY have a passion for music that makes them want to move. Say Something will make the whole room want to get up and groove.
Join NDCWales for a powerful evening of dance.
Contains haze and flashing lights (not strobe)
Supported by Colwinston, Cockayne/London Community Foundation and John S Cohen Foundation.
National Dance Company Wales are providing a Watch Dance Class on Friday 3 November at 1pm. Watch Dance Class is an open house, professional company class experience perfect for dance students, artists, bloggers, and anyone interested in peeking behind the scenes – you’ll be free to draw, photograph, paint, or simply observe. More information can be found here. Please note – the Watch Dance Class is only available for ticket holders to the performance.
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