National Dance Company Wales’ first feature film
After visiting 11 venues in Wales and England with One Another, National Dance Company Wales is giving audiences another chance to experience their triple bill, this time as three specially created films by Jonathan Dunn – bringing you closer to One Another than ever before.
Wild Thoughts by Andrea Costanzo Martini is a joyful celebration of our fascinating bodies – as silly as it is skilful – this dynamic dance work is full of daring movement and deeply human moments that are sure to make you smile.
Next get lost in a powerful story of Welsh mining communities banding together in tough times. Codi by Anthony Matsena features evocative close ups and a rousing soundtrack from composer Lara Agar. This stirring dance work guides you through the darkness into the light.
Lastly jump feet first back into childhood as Ludo by Caroline Finn invites you to escape into a playground of wild imagination where nothing stays the same for long. Getting older doesn’t mean growing up: stay and play with the clever costumes and wacky soundtrack that completes this dark comedy.
It is also a chance to experience One Another with audio description, brought to life for those who experience sight loss and blind and partially sighted audiences.
Find out more about how we created our first audio described production at the Sherman Theatre with Alistair Sill / Word of Mouth here: https://ndcwales.co.uk/ndcwales-first-audio-described-performance
One Another Online will be released on 14 June and will be available on demand for a limited time only until 30 June. The suggested ticket price is £10 or £8 concessions, but you can pay what you can afford by selecting your own ticket price and watching whenever suits you.
Experience the joy, wonder and skill of Wales’ National Dance Company online wherever are you are.