Half-term Family Fun at Dance City Newcastle

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10 February 2018 - 18 February 2018

cAty wOMpus and other works is a triple bill of new pieces exploring journeys to destinations, both real and imagined. cAty wOMpus features a colourful shack lifted straight out of the wild American outback made of steel, wood and junk and live bluegrass music. The pieces are performed by Durham-based Flex Dance, a professional dance company of artists with a learning disability. The show starts at 7.30pm on Saturday 10 February and tickets are £9.50 for adults and £8 for children.

The Chit Chat Chalk Show is a magical chalky adventure where children join Kiko and her friends on a quest to find out what makes her unique. The story dances, draws and giggles its way through from beginning to end.  There are two performances on Saturday 17 February: the 1pm performance is a Relaxed Performance for people who will benefit from a more relaxed experience including those with autism and learning disabilities. The second show is at 4pm and there is a free Dance, Draw, Play chalky workshop from 2.30 to 3.15pm which is suitable for people attending either performance. Tickets are £9.50 for adults and £8 for children.

Children can Hang out and Dance on Sunday 18 February and try trapeze fun: under 10s starts at 10.30 and ages 10+ can have a go at 11.45am. There’s also a brand new Highland Dancing workshop for children and young people of all ages and abilities running from 12 -3pm.

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Dance City
Temple Street
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 4BR

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