Latest news within the Creative Visual and Performing Arts
Tonight the student performers of Scrooge and The Nutcracker played a key part in Neath Community Christmas, spreading festive joy (and lots of flyers) to the general public. The students were welcomed into the community, promoting both productions in the hope of making Christmas all the more magical for the local community.
Festive fun for all the family
This month the dance students from Neath campus went to London to learn more about higher education dance courses. The dance department has a reputation for excellent student progression into some of the country’s top university and conservatoire courses and this year’s intake promises to follow in the footsteps of students like Rhian Lewis (Laban), Kayleigh Prescott (Roehampton), Anton Hinchliffe (Northern School of Contemporary Dance), Daniel Urch (Arts Educational Schools London) and Robyn Stack (London Studio Centre).
Students look forward to audition success!
This summer two of NPTC Group’s dance students will be training alongside the National Dance Company of Wales as part of the youth dance summer school programme. This invaluable experience promises to be an excellent opportunity for AS Level Dance students Olivia Barry and Daniella Powell, where they will be given the chance to learn new dance skills alongside the country’s top dance artists and choreographers.
On Friday 29th May, 7.30pm LIFT will be performing at the Taliesin Arts Centre so make sure you get your tickets now! The production will introduce some brand new dancers in the latest offering of innovative choreography and even welcomes back some of the company’s original dancers in a new work developed especially for the showcase. http://www.taliesinartscentre.co.uk/performances.php?id=1078
Everyone’s Invited to NPTC Group's Open Evening! On Thursday 26th February the Creative, Visual and Performing Arts Department (Neath Campus) will be holding the first open evening event of 2015, inviting all perspective students to attend.
NPTC Group dancers and TAN Dance work together to promote literacy and numeracy skills to local primary school pupils.