Dance for £5
Pavilion Dance staff with their fivers at the ready
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Pavilion Dance offers Dance for five pounds
PRESS RELEASE: 21st February 2012
Pavilion Dance, Bournemouth's national dance house, is presenting a season of innovative and exciting dance performances for as little as £5 per show with its "Dance for £5" offer.
The venue's cutting edge 200-seat theatre will be hosting a vast array of performances including White Caps; a blend of explosive breakdance, hip-hop, contemporary dance and award-winning film, Hold Everything Dear / Singer; a double bill of contrasting works by female choreographers, and a number of highly colourful and imaginative children's shows taking place in Easter. More shows are to be added to the programme, as the offer lasts until the end of June.
Ian Abbott, Artistic Producer, Pavilion Dance says:
"Our introductory "Dance for £5" offer is really an invite; we want to share our high-quality programme with as many people as possible. We are still a relatively new venue and so many people don't yet know about the exciting events we offer. Whether someone is a committed dance-lover, or completely new to the art, we want them to enjoy a variety of styles that will inspire and get them thinking. We are providing an alternative and affordable night out."
More information about the performances can be found at www.paviliondance.org.uk
PHOTO CAPTION: The Pavilion Dance staff outside the venue with their fivers at the ready
The upcoming performances can be enjoyed for only £5:
Sat 25 February - White Caps by Champloo - unmissable ground-breaking live dance, an epic tale of Hip-hop brotherhood
Fri 16 March - Double Bill - Hold Everything Dear by Laila Diallo and Singer by Jane Mason - two contrasting performances by powerful choreographers
Sat 31 March - Beyond the Stars by Bombastic Dance - intergalactic adventures that will introduce 4-9 year olds to strange planets and quirky aliens
Thurs 5 April - Ready or Not by Commotion Dance - an imaginative and fun performance for children aged 3-7 and their grown-ups
Thurs 26 April - A Single Act and Yellow Card by Khamlane Halsackda - two choreographic works explore memories, love and sexuality
Sat 19 May - Kindur - the adventurous life of Icelandic sheep by TPO - three sheep tell an interactive children's fairytale set in the wilderness of Iceland
...more performances to be added soon