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Think dance isn't your thing? Think again! the National Dance Company Wales is here to change your mind.

Roots is a guided tour through contemporary dance. They take some of their favourite pieces and pair them with an audience discussion so you can learn a bit more about what you're watching and even learn some backstage secrets.

You'll see 4 different pieces, each with a different theme: 

  • Rygbi: Annwyl / Dear by Artistic Director Fearghus Ó Conchúir celebrates rugby in Wales and highlights the hopes, glory and passion of rallying together on and off the pitch.
Rygbi was created with input from rugby fans and players across Wales so that the dance really echoes the sport.
  • Écrit by Nikita Goile was inspired by a letter from iconic artist Frida Kahlo to her partner Diego.
The clever duet is performed by a female dancer and a giant silhouette of her lover. It’s a beautiful power struggle that reflects the ups and downs of passionate relationships.
  • Why Are People Clapping!? by Ed Myhill is set to composer Steve Reich’s Clapping Music and uses rhythm as a driving force.
The dancers use lively movement and clapping to create a soundtrack for the fun and dynamic dance.
  • Codi is by Anthony Matsena who grew up in Swansea and is about Welsh people who come together to tackle isolation and depression during troubled times. It’s an energetic and uplifting dance about the strength of communities.

Doors open at 7pm, for a 7:30pm start - make sure to be on time to take your seats!

About National Dance Company Wales

National Dance Company Wales creates extraordinary and inclusive dance which engages and resonates with different audiences; they work with the best dancers and choreographers across Wales and the world to make dance for stages large and small, in unusual spaces, and online. They perform across communities in Wales, the UK and overseas taking people on journeys of discovery, creating opportunities to participate, discuss, watch and learn about dance, about themselves and about the world.

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