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Ticket offer for Greenroom

See top dance performances at Greenroom for bargain prices

Published on March 25th 2010.

Ticket offer for Greenroom

Greenroom are offering Confidential readers the chance to spread their cultural wings and dip their toe in the world of dance. They're doing a ticket offer that lets you see the shows listed below for the concessionary price of £6 instead of £9, or £4 instead of £6.

If you've never seen any dance before, these three very different shows offer a fantastic introduction to a poignant, powerful and quite often amusing art form. The first show, by the National Dance Network, showcases the best of UK dance. The second show is a kitsch and funny work by the award-winning Levantes Dance Theatre. The final show, Turn Out, features new artists from the North West.

Greenroom is opposite the Ritz on Whitworth Street West. There's a decent bar and you can take your drinks into the theatre with you. If you pick up your tickets before the show you can get discounted meals at New Samsi on Whitworth Street.

Just say ‘Manchester Confidential offer’ when booking over the telephone to receive this introductory price. The box office number is 0161 615 0500.

The ticket offer applies to the following shows:

DANCE 3 by National Dance Network
Friday 23 April, 8pm, £6
Triple bill featuring:

SILENCE SPEAKS VOLUMES by Freddie Opoku-Addaie
Royal Opera House Associate Artist for 2010, Freddie Opoku-Addaie’s award-winning, explosive work weaves rich, multicultural movement with powerful partnering and expansive gestures.

'Talent-spotters take heed: you will be hearing more about Freddie Opoku-Addaie.' Times Online

Dance 3

Award-winning choreographer Ben Wright’s new company, bgroup, brings together an impressive range of international dancers and collaborators.

'New and impressive...a fine ensemble.' Time Out

[RE]TRACES by Tanja Råman and Dbini Industries
Tanja Råman and John Collingswood create innovative interdisciplinary work fusing distinctive movement, video manipulation and multi-layered sound. Their collaborative productions are primarily concerned with exploring the human condition.

www.dance3.orgLevantes Dance Theatre

ROOM TEMPERATURE ROMANCE by Levantes Dance Theatre
Friday 7 May, 8pm, £6

Winner of the 2009 Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award and co-produced by barbicanbite09, this is the first time this work has been seen outside London.

Room Temperature Romance blends dance, video and movement with flamboyant costume and evocative audio. It's a fantasy revealing unexpected beauty and humour in the everyday.

'With a kitsch aesthetic and kooky costumes... [they] create a space where a world of play is superimposed on the ordinary and everyday.' Metro

www.levantesdancetheatre.orgTurn Out

Thursday 13 May, 8pm, £4
Triple bill

An evening of three short dance works containing powerful, moving and sometimes stark images, and encompassing a range of styles and subjects.

EPILOGUE by Maelstrom Dance Company
Two women are thrown together into an unknown place. Faced with the reality of not moving on, their fear, anger and acceptance become increasingly abstract and distant.

COVER by Eight Eyes
A duet like no other. A girl dances with her bedclothes, exploring the mysterious lands where addiction and dependence can lead.

ON EVEN GROUND by Resonance Dance Company
A very personal journey of a long-standing friendship. Two men explore the power, emotion, taboos and limitations of being friends.

Green Room, 54-56 Whitworth Street West, Manchester, 0161 615 0500, www.greenroomarts.org

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