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Watch Together

Watch some of our most popular pieces, as well as some specially created dance films, and learn about how they were made.

August - November

The new digital film project, Plethu/Weave sees four dancers from NDCWales and the four dancers independent sector, partnered with some of Literature Wales’ commissioned poets to create short solo performances during lockdown.

Each poet will be asked to create a short poem, some in the strict meter ‘cynghanedd’ form, in any language relevant to contemporary Wales.

A live dance event performed via zoom (10 minutes)

Our dancers joined together from across Wales, the world and the web to perform together again over Zoom for a new version of Ed Myhill’s ‘Clapping’

Short Dance Film (1 minute)

Created during the first week of the COVID-19 lockdown, our dancers wanted to highlight that isolation in our homes brought a new immersion in domestic life - but with that a potential to find moments of creativity and personal expression within this new normal.

Full Production (24 minutes)

Rygbi: Annwyl i mi / Dear to me is a short outdoor dance performance that celebrates rugby in Wales and the hopes, glory and passion of rallying together on and off the pitch.

Dance Film (1 minute)

The short video is a thank you to NHS, carers and support workers across the UK and beyond.

'As Live' Class

National Dance Company Wales In partnership with BBC's Culture in Quarantine and BBC Wales Cymru.

Join our professional  contemporary class:  We teamed up with BBC Culture in Quarantine to stream our daily contemporary class world-wide. Watch the recording here- Join in, or just watch and see how we’re continuing to dance together whilst apart.

Full Production (31 minutes)

Tundra is a barren landscape where ultra-modern creativity blinks into life and tears pages from history books about Russian folk dance, the USSR and revolution. 

Dance Film (14 minutes)

Reflections is a touching and uplifting film danced by participants of the NDCWales’ Dance for Parkinson’s programme. The film is the best example of National Dance Company Wales’ ongoing commitment to making dance for every body, and every ability; as it has the power to improve both mental and physical wellbeing.