Tundra image dancers on the floor in an image looking up
NDCWales Presents


By Marcos Morau

Production Info
25 minutes running time
Suitable for ages 8+

Nominee at the UK Theatre Awards 2018 (Best Achievement in Dance).

Best Dance Wales Theatre Awards 2017.

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.

Marcos Morau’s bold style draws inspiration from art and cinema. Tundra takes old ideas and uses contemporary dance to give them renewed meaning.

To see the full piece, recorded as part of P.A.R.A.D.E. 2017 click here

Touring as part of
Awakening image, dancer climbing out of a square with a white boarder


Spring 2019

Spring 2019 - Three unique dances to move and amaze.

“Every single part of this production is ethereal, heart-stopping magic”

Wales Arts Review

Clinical yet strangely sexy”

The Stage

“It’s a heavy hitter that provides NDCWales with a truly unique work, unlike that of any other contemporary company.”

- Culture Whisper

Creative Team

Choreographer's Assistants: Marinba Rodruguez, Lorena Nogal & Lee Johnston

Visual Artist, Set & Design: Joe Fletcher

Music: Svadebnie pesni (Duhovskaya): Olga Sergeeva, Cradle Song (Russian Dewish) : Kitka, Smalaþula (Icelandic poem/Cerdd o Wlad yr Ia) 1559 W. Cunningham Cosmogr. Glasse 125: Akira Rebelais, Fail: Demdike Stare, Consumed: The Haxan Cloack, Shisen: Mariah

Lighting Design: Joe Fletcher

Costume Design: Angharad Matthews


Marcos Morau

Marcos Morau
Tundra, dancers in a line heads tilted to the side
Tundra image dancers on the floor with snow coming down
Tundra, dancers move one by one to the floor