Saturday 8 February at 7pm
Tickets - £15.50
Following the outstanding success of previous shows, the award winning Charlotte May Dance Academy brings you ‘KING’.
With over one hundred students including West End professionals and National Champions, ‘KING’ will be a night to feast your eye’s upon and tap away to tracks from classic artists such as ’Tina Turner’ ‘Elton John’ ‘Billie Eilish’ ’The Streets’ and of course, the king of rock and roll… ‘Elvis’.
Immerse yourself in the bright lights of Las Vegas and be entertained in styles such as Classical Ballet, Tap, Modern Jazz, Hip Hop, Acrobatics and Musical Theatre.
Tuesday 31 March at 7.30pm
Tickets -£11.25, concessions - £9.25
Ballet Cymru 2 – Made in Wales will return to the Riverfront this spring featuring the dancers from the Pre-Professional Programme in creations by Wales-based choreographers.
This evening will showcase the talent of the young dancers on the cusp of their professional dance careers in pieces created specifically for them.
Thursday 2 April at 7.30pm
Tickets - £30, concessions - £29, meet the cast before you enjoy the show for £60.
The meet and greet starts at 6pm, please be at the venue by 5.45pm
Star of Strictly Come Dancing, Wales’s very own Amy Dowden and her partner, British Champion Ben Jones, bring an exciting new show to the stage. With the help of their long-time friend and Strictly finalist Colin Jackson and a cast of supporting dancers, Amy and Ben bring a powerful love-story to life featuring all your favourite Latin and Ballroom styles. The show also features a live vocalist and stunning soundtrack guaranteed to get the audience moving too – it’s time to get Lost In TheRhythm!
Limited places are available for the Meet & Greet with the cast, so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Wednesday 8 April from 12.45pm – 2pm
The event is free but customers must book a ticket
Watch Dance Class is a free to attend event which aims to build audiences and boost engagement with previously unengaged groups as well as helping to demystify the idea of dance to audiences that may find it abit of an unknown.
Every day before a performance, our dancers warm up onstage, this is standard to all venues and important for the dancers health and wellbeing. At Watch Dance Class, we simply open the doors to the stage during this time. At first it was of interest to dance students interested in seeing what it’s like to be professional day to day; but we noticed a huge interest from photographers and life drawers; and now target at these groups.
Wednesday 8 April at 7.30pm, age guide 12+
Tickets -£14.25, concessions - £12.25, Friends of National Dance Company Wales - £10.25, groups - £8 please call the box office to book the group discount 01633 656757
Dance that connects us
It brings people, families, friends, clubs, teams, tribes and communities together.
NDCWales perform poetry, sport and politics across three powerful pieces of dance.
Rygbi:Yma / Here is uplifting: full of hope, glory and camaraderie. It celebrates the pride and passion that rugby players and fans experience together.
Lunatic is an energetic riot. It is fun, relevant and fired up. It smashes together 30’s music and style with 90’s pop-culture. First shown 10 years ago it is fuelled by questions surrounding nationality, gender and class.
2067: Time and Time and Time is elegant. Dancers reveal a shimmering poem about the relationship between the history of time and the poetry of destiny.
Dawns sy’n ein huno ni
Mae’n uno pobl, teuluoedd, ffrindiau, clybiau, timau, llwythau a chymunedau.
CDCCymru’n perfformio barddoniaeth, chwaraeon a gwleidyddiaeth ar draws tri darn dawnspwerus.
Mae Rygbi: Yma / Here yn codi calon: llawn gobaith, gogoniant achyfeillgarwch. Mae’n dathlu’r balchder a’r angerdd mae’r chwaraewyr a’r cefnogwyr rygbi yn ei brofi gyda’i gilydd.
Cynnwrfegnïol yw Lunatic. Mae’n hwyl, yn berthnasol ac yn tanio. Mae’n uno cerddoriaetha steil y 30au gyda diwydiant pop y 90au. Cafodd ei ddangos 10 mlynedd yn ôl amy tro cyntaf, ac mae’n llawn cwestiynau ynghylch cenedligrwydd, rhyw adosbarth.
Mae 2067 Time and Time and Time yn gain. Dawnswyr yn datgelu cerdd sy’n tywynnu, ynghylch y berthynas rhwng hanes amser a barddoniaeth tynged.
Ballet Cymru have put their own unique stamp on this tale of love and loss, bringing relevance, poignancy and grittiness to this most romantic of ballets.
Featuring a new score by acclaimed composer and harpist Catrin Finch whose spellbinding music is interwoven with mesmerizing movement by Ballet Cymru Artistic Director Darius James OBE and Assistant Artistic Director Amy Doughty
Thursday 18 June at 7.30pm
Tickets - £33, Meet Ian and Vincent before you enjoy their show for £58 per person.
You will need to be at The Riverfront for the meet and greet by 5.45pm.
The Ballroom Boys double act Ian Waite and Vincent Simone are set to return in 2020 with a brand new show - Ian Waite and Vincent Simone….ACT TWO, after the roaring success oftheir 5 star rated 2019 tour! The fabulous Strictly Come Dancing stars promise another wonderful evening of old-fashioned variety - dance, comedy and song!
With beautiful costumes, gorgeous lighting and world class routines, including the Viennese Waltz, the Foxtrot, the Rhumba… and of course… there has to be another incredible Argentine Tango routine by the master! The boys will be joined by their stunning dance partners and a world class singer.
If you enjoyed The Ballroom Boys, then make sure you don’t miss the hilarious dancing duo when they bring you….ACT TWO!
Reviews from the 2019 production
*****WORLD-CLASS The News Letter
*****A HUGELY ENTERTAINING NIGHT OUT Crawley Observer
***** WHAT ASHOW! Elementary Whats On
VIP Meet and Greet information -
The meet and greet includes meeting Ian and Vincent for photo and autograph opportunities, plus a signed print.
The meet and greet is PRE-SHOW, 90 minutes before the show begins. All VIP ticket holders must arrive at least 10 minutes before the meet and greet is due to start. Anyone arriving late may not be permitted.