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11 shows found
Newport Youth Dance (Ages 11-13)
Younger Youth, suitable for ages 11-13.
Wednesdays 5pm - 5.45pm during school terms.

Tutor: Jess Whatmore

Streetdance taught by Rubicon, one of Wales' leading community dance companies.

Price:£3 per session

24/05/2017 to 12/07/2017
Newport Youth Dance (Ages 14-18)
Wednesdays 5.45pm - 6.30pm, during school terms

Tutor: Jess Whatmore

Suitable for ages 14 - 18 years old.

Streetdance taught by Rubicon, one of Wales' leading community dance companies.

Price: £3 per session.


24/05/2017 to 12/07/2017
Breakdance
Thursdays 6.30pm - 7.30pm, during school terms.

Tutor - Kwam Chang

You will learn breakdance styles, uprock, freezes and power moves.

This class is suitable for ages 7 to 18 years old and is suitable for all abilities from beginners to the more advanced.

Price: £3.50 per session.
25/05/2017 to 13/07/2017
Older Adults Exercise/Dance
Tutor - Anwen Davies

Fridays 11am - 12pm, during school terms.

Low impact dance and exercise class aimed at the over 50s.

Price: £3 per session
26/05/2017 to 14/07/2017
Nu Wave
Mondays 10am - 12pm.

The Riverfront & Rubicon have teamed up to create an over 50s performance group. This group is by audition only.

Price: £2.50 per session. From January 2017 £3 per session.
05/06/2017 to 10/07/2017
Junior Musical Theatre (Ages 7-11)
Mondays 5.45 - 6.45pm, during school terms.

Classes run by Defying Gravity Academy professional tutors who will teach singing, acting and dance.

Suitable for ages 7 to 11 years old.

Price: £6 per session. £35 for a term ticket (£5 a week) if you book on 01633 656679
05/06/2017 to 10/07/2017
Senior Musical Theatre (Ages 12-18)
Mondays 6.45 - 8pm, during school terms

Classes run by Defying Gravity Academy. Professional tutors who will teach singing, acting and dance.

Suitable for ages 12

Price: £7 per session £42 for a term ticket (£6 per week) which can be booked on 01633 656679.
05/06/2017 to 10/07/2017
Newport Youth Dance (Ages 6-10)
Wednesdays 4.15pm - 5pm during school terms.

Tutor - Jess Whatmore

Streetdance taught by Rubicon, one of Wales' leading community dance companies.

Suitable for ages 6 to 10 years old.

Price: £3 per session
07/06/2017 to 12/07/2017
BARROWLAND BALLET: POGGLE (Recommended age 6mths - 5yrs)

Sunday 17th September at 11.30am & 2.30pm

Tickets - £7, family of four - £26

Created by Natasha Gilmore with dancers Jade Adamson and Vince Virr, with music and sound by  Daniel Padden.

 

Poggle is the story of Vince, who wants to explore the forest but is too scared, until one day he meets Poggle, a friendly creature.Together they go on an adventure through the forest where they discover the magical musical tree.

A warm hearted sensory dance theatre piece with live music, clapping rhythms and comedy throughout in an imaginatively changing world which the children have the chance to explore.         

               

Poggle was inspired by my young children as I watched the way they explored and playedin the world around them. The joy of discovery and accomplishment when new skillsare found and obstacles overcome and the wonderment children find in the simplest things, like mud.” Natasha Gilmore.                

17/09/2017
GWYN EMBERTON: RAFT

Thursday 19 October at 7.30pm

Tickets - £13, concessions - £11, students - £9

 

Raft, the new dance theatre production from critically acclaimed Welsh choreographer Gwyn Emberton.

 

 

Five people, each with a different heritage and background, find themselves in a world far away from home, in a land they do not recognise, hearing a language they do not understand.

 

As they realise their own otherness, against a backdrop of spite and hateful politics,the question about who they are is turned on its head.

 

Might we ask, what if it was you or me who was a refugee?

 

Bringing together five of the company’s extraordinary dancers with a local cast, this powerful work combines searing choreography with a new soundtrack by sound artist Siôn Orgon, exquisite lighting by Aideen Malone (Bristol Old Vic/National Theatre) and design by Becky Davies.

 

RAFT is supported by Arts Council of Wales, University of South Wales, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, UCAN productions and Creu Cymru.

 

 

“Mesmerising and mercurial”– ASIW

 

“A standard-setter for Welsh dance” – Wales Arts Review

19/10/2017 7:30 PM
Ballet Cymru SHADOW ASPECT

Friday 3 and Saturday 4 November at 7.30pm

Ticket prices:

Red seats - £14.50, concessions £12.50, dance schools £10.50

Yellow seats - £12.50, concessions - £10.50, dance schools £9

 

Ballet Cymru present a brand-new evening-length work choreographed by International choreographer Tim Podesta, and featuring ex-Royal Ballet Principal Dancer and Royal Ballet Guest Principal Mara Galeazzi.

 

Shadow Aspect refers to an unconscious aspect of the personality that the conscious mind does not identify in itself. In short, the shadow is the dark side.

 

“To know yourself, you must accept your dark side. To deal with others' dark sides, you must also know your darkside.” Carl Jung

 

Mara Galeazzi was born in Brescia and studied at La Scala, Milan. She joined The Royal Ballet in 1992 and was promoted to First Artist in 1995, Soloist at the end of the 1997/98 Season and Principal in September 2003. She has danced every major role in the classical repertory and had many roles created for her by top choreographers around the world.

In May 2006 she is appointed 'Best Italian Dancer Abroad' (Danza & Danza Award). In November 2003 she received the nomination as Best Female Dancer at Critics’ Circle National Dance Award.

 

She has appeared as guest artist with the Stuttgart Ballet, Carla Fracci's Teatro dell'Opera in Rome and the Scottish Ballet. She also danced with Irek Mukhamedov, Carlos Acosta, Tetsuya Kumakawa and their companies. On the 7th March 2009 Mara was awarded the medal “Cavaliere Ordine al Merito della Repubblica Italiana” (Knighthood) by the President of Italy.

03/11/2017 to 04/11/2017