The annual dance extravaganza returns for the eighteenth year so grab a ticket and shimmy on down to The Hammond Theatre on Saturday 28 March and Sunday 29 March.
The festival will showcase a dazzling variety of performances from emerging dance artists and groups, youth companies, choreographers and students including: Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance, Royal Academy of Dance, The Place, Thrive Youth Dance Company, One Youth Dance, plus a whole host of schools and community groups.
Tickets are available to buy online by visiting www.thehammondtheatre.co.uk and cost £10.50 for adults, £6.50 concessions and free for children under 3.
Cllr John Coombs, Lead Member for Libraries and Culture, said:
“RichDance is a highlight in the borough’s cultural calendar. It was established all those years ago with the purpose of making dance accessible to all and it is great to see so many people inspired by dance and taking part!
“A lot of tickets have already been sold so buy yours now to avoid disappointment.”
Mrs K Thackeray, Associate Assistant Headteacher and Head of Performing Arts at Twickenham School said:
“We are excited to be a part of Rich Dance for the 6th consecutive year as one of the big events in our performance calendar! Each year our Dance Company love the atmosphere, change to perform on a wonderful stage and seeing other groups in action. We’re proud to be regulars at this event and can’t wait to bring some new students along with us in TSDC this time round.”
– from a Richmond Council press release - 5 March 2020