Friday 1 March 12.45pm – 2pm
Tickets – free but please try and book in advance as capacity is limited
Get a unique behind-the-scenes look at how the our dancers prepare just hours before a show.
You can observe, sketch, record and photograph the ballet or contemporary class, giving you a glimpse into NDCWales life.
Perfect for dance students, artists, photographers and anyone interested in peeking behind the curtain. Expand your portfolio, practice drawing from movement or just observe with interest.
Friday 1 March at 7.30pm
Tickets - £14, concessions - £12
Three unique dances to amuse and amaze.
After image isa unique theatrical experience, using a mixture of mirrors and creative choreography.
Revellers’ Mass is set in the world of ritual, decadence and excess, and is inspired by famous religious paintings.
Tundra is anultra-modern, robotically mesmerising retelling of Russian folk dance and revolution.
Choreography by: Fernando Melo, Caroline Finn and Marcos Morau.
Choreography by: Fernando Melo, Caroline Finn and Marcos Morau.
Saturday 2 March at 1pm This event is suitable for all ages but targeted at schools and families with children of 7 years and over
This event is suitable for all ages but targeted at schools and families with children of 7 years and over
Tickets - £7, family of four - £26 (this discount will apply automatically)
DISCOVER DANCE is a lively, open and relaxed introduction to dance stage shows. In the first half, you’ll learn what it’s like to be a professional dancer, from our morning warm up to how we choreograph a performance. You’ll get a chance to join in our exercises from your seats or get involved on stage. After the interval, we’ll perform our new dance piece Revellers’ Mass by Caroline Finn.
Tuesday 12 March at 6.30pm
Tickets - £13.25, concessions - £11.25
Peter & The Wolf presented by Allegrodance the main character in this ballet, lives with his grandfather. It tells of his adventures with various animals, including a wolf he encounters and eventually captures. The program will also include new works in all popular forms of dance genres such as Jazz, Contemporary, Tap, Spanish, Street & Singing to name but a few. Plus, the exciting opportunity to take part in a post-performance nteractive workshop. Music by Serge Prokofiev.
Tuesday 19 March at 7.30pm
Tickets – £11.25, concessions - £9.25
Ballet Cymru are thrilled to launch Ballet Cymru 2 – Made in Wales 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.
Company dancer Alex Hallas, top independent choreographer Jack Philp www.jackphilpdance.co.uk , Emma Lewis (ex-dancer Bern Ballet), Patricia Vallis (ex-dancer Zurich Ballet) and Ballet Cymru Artistic Directors Darius James OBE and Amy Doughty will choreograph a selection of pieces ranging from the classical to cutting edge, innovative dance.
Thursday 28 March at 7.30pm
Tickets - £30, concessions - £29
Meet and greet at 6pm - £62 (the meet and greet is sold out)
An all new show ‘Here Come The Girls’ brings an exciting mix of individual performances and group numbers with their supporting dance partners. The show will have a mix of Ballroom and Latin routines and has been choreographed by Patrick Helm, this show promises to be a fresh and innovative with amazing routines to dazzle and wow you. Patrick will also perform on the show with Dianne!
Dianne Buswell and Amy Dowden have established themselves on the hit BBC show Strictly Come Dancing and Chloe Hewitt also joins the cast of pro girls to make it the first Girls tour.
This is one show not to miss! There is a meet and greet opportunity pre show to meet the Pro dancers, so don’t miss the limited opportunity for one these.
Monday 8 April at 7.30pm
Tickets - £8.50
Rubicon Dance is delighted to present its’ graduating students of2018/19 at the Riverfront, with guest company appearances. Come and join us tocelebrate the individual and collective achievements of this years’ cohort in this diverse and eclectic collection of dance pieces.
Saturday 27 April at 12pm, 2pm & 4pm
This is a FREE OUTDOOR EVENT AND NOT TICKETED, there is no need to book just come along!
Suitable for all ages
A Bombastic, Coreo Cymru and Wales Millennium Centre co-productionin association with Chapter
Family Dance Festival is an interactive and entertaining hour of pop-up dance featuring three professional companies from Wales and local youth groups. Witness the amazing dancers twisting & turning, tumbling & sliding in this jam-packed bilingual national touring event, plus have a go during the fun taster workshop following each performance.
“Exceeded expectations, a highlight of the Easter holidays!“
“Great interactive element. The kids loved it. Thank you! “
“Thoroughly enjoyable hour! Skilled performers, looking forward to next years.”
Welsh Audio Described show @ 12pm
English Audio Described show @ 2pm
Touch Tour starts 15 minutes before the show
BSL interpreted show @ 2pm
Thursday 30 & Friday 31 May at 7.30pm (Running time approx. 2 hrs 10 mins)
Tickets – £14.75 (red seats), £12.75 (yellow seats), concessions - £12.75 (red seats), £10.75 (yellow seats) Friday's performance will be AUDIO DESCRIBED via headphones for blind and visually impaired customers, there will also be a free TOUCH TOUR at 6.15pm. You will need to book specific seats to hear the audio description so please call the box office on 01633 656679 to do this.
Friday's performance will be AUDIO DESCRIBED via headphones for blind and visually impaired customers, there will also be a free TOUCH TOUR at 6.15pm. You will need to book specific seats to hear the audio description so please call the box office on 01633 656679 to do this.
Critics’ Circle Award winning company, Ballet Cymru, present an extraordinary adaptation of Shakespeare’s masterpiece “Romeo and Juliet”.
Intense fighting, passionate duets and universal themes echo through dramatic and lyrical choreography. Exquisite costumes and extraordinary video projections create a world of danger and excitement where two young lovers are caught in an age old feud.
“Romeo a Juliet” is a dynamic and unique collaboration between 3 of Wales’ outstanding arts organisations, Ballet Cymru, Coreo Cymru (Creative Producer for Dance inWales www.coreocymru.com) and The Riverfront in Newport (www.newportlive.co.uk/riverfront)
"Romeo a Juliet" features costumes by Georg Meyer-Wiel (www.meyerwiel.com) who studied at The Royal College of Art and has created costumes for some of the world’s leading companies, including Rambert Dance Company and Australian Dance Theatre.
Tuesday 18 June at 7.30pm
Tickets - £29.50, concessions - £27.50
VIP tickets - £55 includes meet and greet with Ian and Vincent from 6pm
Strictly Come Dancing favourites Ian Waite and Vincent Simone are joining forces in 2019 with their brand new production - THE BALLROOM BOYS.
Argentine Tango legend Vincent and King of the Ballroom Ian, will be joined by two professional female dancers and a wonderful vocalist. The night will be packed with dances, songs and loads of banter!
Expect dances like the Waltz, Quickstep, Paso Doble, Foxtrot and of course, the Argentine Tango!
Get ready for a high intensity evening of glitz and glamour with Ian & Vincent… THE BALLROOM BOYS!
There will be a limited number of VIP tickets that include a pre show meet and greet with the boys, for autograph and photo opportunities.
Produced by Strictly Theatre Co