The age-less tale of Cinderella is brought to life in a whole new way this January as Magpie Performers take to the stage and try to finish before the clock strikes twelve!
The supreme talents of St Joseph’s College students are set to burst onto the stage in spectacular fashion as they present their production of this well-loved musical.
£20 Full Price, £15 Under 16
This new production, inspired by stories of division and separation, weaves three duets into one emotive evening, leaving you shifting from the familiar to states of dreamlike wonder.
Bring the family along to enjoy the Chinese dance, music and amazing Martial Arts to get into the spirit of the Chinese New Year!
Join Jack Trott on his enormous adventure!
£15 Full Price, £12.50 Concession
A day of workshops, performances and debates for older dancers, along with artists, practitioners and choreographers working with dancers over 50.
Tuesday 26 February 5.30pm
£9, £7 concessions
TRIBE//'s debut work Still I Rise is a call to arms, a defiant and uplifting work danced by a female ensemble.
DanceEast host U.Dance East 2019 at the Jerwood DanceHouse.
DanceEast co-host U.Dance East 2019 at the University of Bedfordshire.
Lost Dog's new show reveals the true story of Romeo and Juliet.
Directed by Sam Moss, four local schools dance their story, involving a benevolent employer, argumentative brothers and strong-minded sisters.
A unique fusion between Tring Park’s graduating dancers and students on its senior musical theatre. Think ‘Cabaret meets Burlesque’
£15 Full Price, £13 Concession
Buy 4 get the 5th free
Torus is a journey through the flow of nature. Humanhood's first group piece draws inspiration from our tribal roots and will take you on a journey of chaos and stillness. As rhythm takes over your senses, will you stay in touch with reality?
Silent Lines draws upon Russell Maliphant's extensive research in dance and anatomy - using a variety of movement disciplines, animated video projection, and lighting.
Madhead sees acclaimed 2018-19 Guest Artistic Director Botis Seva and the company of 38 young dancers, present a unique evening fusing contemporary dance, physical theatre and hip-hop.
Using the South Indian classical dance form of Bharatanatyam - with its intricate rhythmic footwork, expressive prowess, and geometric and dynamic movements - Seeta Patel takes on the challenge of reimagining Stravinsky's iconic Rite of Spring for an international cast of Bharatanatyam dancers.
For school groups we offer a special price of just £6 per ticket for each student, with one teacher free per ten pupils. Additional teacher tickets can be purchased at £6 if necessary.
Each season we programme the best work for young audiences and their families, and the Family Ticket is a way to make great savings on selected performances. A family group must include two adults and two children, or one adult and up to three children.
Tickets are subject to availability and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.