Abergavenny intensive 2017

30th May – 2nd June, The Borough Theatre

Ballet Cymru are returning with ABERGAVENNY INTENSIVE

The professional dancers of Ballet Cymru will be running two courses:

1. Young Dancers (age 8 – 11)
2. Elementary Ballet (age 12+)


Date: Tuesday 30th May – Friday 2nd June 2017

Time: 1 – 4pm

Where: The Borough Theatre, Abergavenny

Cost: £60

The course fee includes a ticket to Ballet Cymru’s performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream in the Borough Theatre and the course will conclude with the participants performing in a curtain raiser to the company’s performance on the 2nd June, 7.30pm.

To apply for your place please return the form below to:

Amy Doughty/Abergavenny
Ballet Cymru
Unit 1, Wern Trading Estate
NP10 9FQ

Alternatively, you can email forms to Amy at: amydoughty@welshballet.co.uk.

Download Application Form

The course is designed to give participants the experience of working with the professional dancers of Ballet Cymru and to create a performance piece.

Participants to Abergavenny Intensive will have the opportunity to learn about the story of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, discover and learn about its characters, and devise a performance piece based on its themes.

Each day participants will be taken through a warm up and games, ballet class, and a creative/learning session to create their dance. Abergavenny Intensive is designed to be fun, interactive, informative and creative.

The participants’ performance piece will then be shown prior to Ballet Cymru’s performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream on Friday the 2nd of June at 7.30pm at the Borough Theatre, Abergavenny.

There will be snack and drink breaks allocated throughout each afternoon as well as opportunity to watch the company dancers perform sections of choreography, ask questions and become a member of Ballet Cymru for a few days!

To apply for your place on Abergavenny Intensive please return the application form to Amy at Ballet Cymru (details above). Places for Abergavenny Intensive are limited so apply quickly to avoid disappointment.