Birmingham’s ACE Dance Present Dynamic Double Bill at Albany Theatre
The Albany Theatre is building its dance programming and working with ACE Dance and Music as a key part of this strategy. Recently the local theatre has hosted Ballet Theatre UK’s Romeo and Juliet production, delighting local audiences. They have also hosted workshops.
Founded in 1996, ACE dance and music is a national and international touring dance company. Although rooted in the West Midlands, they have a global perspective and are universally recognised leaders in the field of Contemporary African and Caribbean Dance.
On Friday 31 April at 7.30pm ACE dance and music will perform a double bill entitled Unknown Realms.
More than just dance – this is a double bill with gravity and the pulse of a new generation… Unknown Realms evocatively shows us a picture of the world and what is happening now. Rooted in African and contemporary culture, ACE dance and music collaborate with two internationally acclaimed Black male choreographers Serge Aimé Coulibaly and Vincent Mantsoe.
As part of National Lottery Week the theatre offered 50% off tickets to the double bill ‘Unknown Realms’. National Lottery ticket holders could purchase tickets from our box office in person with 50% off the full price £12-14 tickets.
Earlier in the week ACE Dance and Music will provide workshops for 8–15 year olds on Tuesday evening, 28 March, and a free ticket will be given to those attending the workshops to attend for the Friday night Unknow Realms production.
For more information go to: https://www.albanytheatre.co.uk/shows/unknown-realms/