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PUBLISHED: 11:13 04 April 2010 | UPDATED: 15:02 06 May 2010

The National Dance Company of Ireland present Rhythm of the Dance at the Alban Arena next Sunday

The National Dance Company of Ireland present Rhythm of the Dance at the Alban Arena next Sunday

FEEL the Rhythm of the Dance is the invitation from the Alban Arena when the National Dance Company of Ireland stops off at the St Albans theatre next Sunday, April 11. The 10th anniversary production features dance from the very best music and song of th

FEEL the Rhythm of the Dance is the invitation from the Alban Arena when the National Dance Company of Ireland stops off at the St Albans theatre next Sunday, April 11.

The 10th anniversary production features dance from the very best music and song of the Emerald Isle and emanates from shows which have been performed to over five million people in 43 countries around the world in the past decade.

It features a gifted young cast of dancers, musicians and three Irish tenors with 100 per cent live performances from the entire troupe combined with eye-catching costumes and production.

The show begins at 7.30pm and tickets at £21 and £19 are available from the Arena box office on 01727 844488.

l The Spring film season at the Arena combines children's matinees and evening screenings during Easter week.

The children's films include New Moon next Tuesday (April 6) - the second instalment in the Twilight series - Fantastic Mr Fox on Wednesday, Disney Pixar's Up next Thursday and Planet 51 on Friday. All the films begin at 1.30pm.

Evening screenings comprise Japanese film Aruitemo aruitemo - Still Walking on Tuesday, French cinema from Henri-Georges Clouzot's Inferno on Wednesday, French documentary film Home next Thursday, Welcome on Friday and the award-winning Un Prophete on Saturday. They all begin at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £6 with £4 concessions for evening performances and £4 for matinees.

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