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Dance school brings new show to Wolverhampton - with pictures

By Rebecca Stanley | Theatre & Comedy | Published:

Wolverhampton ballet fans were treated to a dance spectacular at a city centre theatre last night.

(l-r) Ricardo Pereira (Portugal) and Daisy Howell (Wrexham). Pictures by: Nicole Guarino

The Northern School of Contemporary Dance brought their brand new show Verve: Mixed Bill to the Arena Theatre, which saw postgraduate performance group Verve perform an evening of new dance work created by internationally-acclaimed choreographers Hannes Langolf and Site Ostheimer.

The show was a reworking of the award-winning Riders, originally by Lenka Vagnerová, created by the group's artistic director Matthew Robinson.

Verve comprises of 14 international dancers who have trained at some of the world’s most prestigious dance schools, touring extensively with performances at theatres, festivals and arts centres across the UK and Europe.

Pictures by: Nicole Guarino

All members of the company are currently enrolled on the MA in Contemporary Dance Performance at the Leeds-based school.

The companies final performance of the tour will take place on June 9, at the Riley Theatre in Leeds.

Rebecca Stanley

By Rebecca Stanley
@becci_star

Entertainment journalist for Express & Star and Shropshire Star. Contact me: rebecca.stanley@expressandstar.co.uk

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