At the heart of No Lights No Lycra (NLNL) is the belief that everyone can dance. NLNL is a global dance community providing an inclusive and non-judgmental place for people to explore this notion. NLNL brings people together to experience freedom of self-expression and joy.
There is no light, no lycra, no teacher, no steps to learn, no technique, just free movement.
NLNL is a space where you can completely let go, shake out the stresses of the week, and lose yourself in the music and the physicality of your body.
NLNL is a daggy, non-pretentious place to completely be yourself.
Bring: water bottle and comfortable clothes to dance in.
Children under 15 years must be accompanied by an adult.
Tickets on-sale from Friday, November 1, 2013.
This spectacular gala features all the highlights of the great ballets of classical repertoire including Swan Lake, Giselle, Sleeping Beauty, Don Quixote and La Corsaire.
Don't miss this entertaining showcase of local and international talent.
Make sure to check out the free festival Everybody DANCE Now! before or after these beautiful ballet performances.
Show duration is approximately 90 minutes plus an interval.
Val Edmunds’ Theatre group presents an evening of fantasy entertainment.
The program includes two plays, ‘King Cole and the Country Witches’ where the Kingdom of Gamin is troubled by the disappearance of the Fiddlers Three and possessions of numerous Nursery Rhyme characters and ‘I Sincerely Doubt that this Old House is Very Haunted’ which is a humorous look at Billy Joe who has fallen in love and doesn’t want to be a part of the supernatural world.
Look forward to lots of laughs and madness with spooks and witches brought to you by enthusiastic young people from your local area.
Warning: Strobe and Haze used throughout show
Show Duration: Approximately three hours including an interval
When booking seats with restricted view please hover over seat on the seat map when choosing your seat for view and be aware of the sight-line issues.
Come help celebrate with the Le Beat Family their third end-of-year concert Lets Party!
You will be partying with dances styled in Jazz, Contemporary, Hip Hop and also our energetic soloists.
Dancers ages are from two years old and above.
Do not miss out!
Show duration approximately two hours including an interval.
Dragon honours the three ages of the band's evolution
The young years – The glory years – The phoenix years
The three key eras in Dragon’s four decade history have been dubbed the young years (from 1973 to 1979), the glory years (from 1982 to 1998) and the phoenix years (from 2006 onwards). The current line-up of the band features Todd Hunter, Mark Williams, Pete Drummond and Bruce Reid.
"On New Year’s Eve 2011 we played the Rhythm and Vines Festival, it’s an amazing thing to be in your 60s and smashing through a great bunch of songs and to look out at 35,000 kids leaping up and down and singing songs that were written decades before they were born," Todd says. "It’s a great way to grow old disgracefully."
The band celebrated their 500th show of the Phoenix Years in July 2013 and have no plans to stop! Let the music continue…
Show duration approximately two hours