With live music and mesmerising performances, this breathtaking fusion of contemporary ballet and Tswana dance in Dada Masilo's The Sacrifice at Wales Millennium Centre is not to be missed.
Explore the diversity of dance in Wales from street to ballet with expertly curated features, reviews, previews, and interviews.
Art, love, violence, and despair come to life in the spectacle of Rambert Dance's adaptation of Peaky Blinders, a genderfluid, immersive live show.
The Revenge Of Popperface, a dance work from Gareth Chambers playing at Chapter Arts Centre, lacks the feel of a fully formed piece.
Does it become a bit too cheesy at times? Probably. Is it a little self-indulgent? Most definitely. But if anyone has a right to show off the wonderful person they are, it’s Oti Mabuse.
A testament to the power and talent of working-class artists and the ability of theatre to open pathways to healing, Circle Of Fifths is one of the best works to come from National Theatre Wales in recent years.
Idrissa Camara’s latest piece Spirit of Nimba is an absolute joy: an hour of music and dance that left his Cardiff audience feeling that they had just been reset last Friday.
Carl Marsh speaks to Swansea-based siblings Anthony and Kel Matsena, whose charged, eclectic dance theatre work is making big waves of late.
Opto Nano explores the research of Professor Paola Borri, an academic at Cardiff University specialising in cellular imaging techniques.
“There’s no fear of self-expression and shame attached to what I’m doing” – STRICTLY star JOHANNES RADEBE on getting back to his roots with new tour
Ahead of his new tour Freedom, South African dance star Johannes Radebe tells Sarah-Jane Outten how the idea was developed, how much it means to him personally and the importance of his Strictly Come Dancing success.
Beat the January - and Omnicron - blues in Wales with these one-of-a-kind places to eat at, engage with or explore in saftey.
From theatre to comedy to dance to musicals, we've rounded up our favourite stage shows in Wales over 2021.
“There’s a sincerity in dance that’s dependable” – choreographer Oona Doherty on political dance film FLY THE FLAG
Celebrated choreographer Oona Doherty discusses the challenges and highlights of making Sky Arts film, Fly the Flag in honour of Human Rights Day.
Choreographer Liam Riddick has come a long way from his Rhonnda roots. He tells Rhonda Lee Reali about being part of Ballet Cymru's Made In Wales triple bill.
Featuring poetry from Dylan Thomas and the voices of Cerys Matthews and Charlotte Church, Ballet Cymru's Made In Wales is a packed triple bill of work.
NATIONAL DANCE COMPANY WALES: PLETHU / WEAVE #2 | REVIEW Having launched in August 2020, dually created by Literature Wales and National Dance Company Wales, Plethu / Weave is …
As August bathes us in summer sunshine, it’s that time of year again where we welcome back our treasured National Eisteddfod. Standing proud as a prolific icon of culture and …
TRANSITIONS DANCE COMPANY 2020 TRIPLE BILL Dance House, Cardiff Sat 29 Feb **** Sat in the bleachers before the lights dimmed, I was not sure what to expect. I’m no …
TRANSITIONS DANCE TOUR 2020 Founded in 1982, Transitions Dance Company prides itself on being the UK’s leading graduate dance troupe, counting Sir Matthew Bourne and Luca Silvstreni among its alumni. …