Dancin’ The Years Away – Pegasus Theatre 28th June ’12

In this Gala evening organised by respected Oxford dance artist and teacher Joëlle Pappas, Tac-au-Tac Young Dancers and their friends celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Pegasus Theatre…

As well as performances by talented young dancers from Tac-au-Tac and some of Oxford’s leading youth dance groups led by Joëlle, Cecilia MacFarlane and Ellie Crowther, including the dynamic Oxford Youth Dance Company, this performance includes an appearance by the new Oxford Youth Ballet led by Penny Cullerne-Bown of East Oxford School of Ballet.  They will be performing two brief extracts, Waltz and Chorale, from a work being made for them by Susie Crow.  Kammermusik is set to Paul Hindemith’s Kleine Kammermusik for five wind instruments.

Proceeds from the Gala will go towards supporting the rich programme of ongoing youth work at the Pegasus.

28th June 2012, 7.00pm

Tickets £15, £10 for under 18s and concessions – selling fast!

Box Office 01865 812150


1 comment
  1. A successful sell-out evening, and a very smooth running show, despite the large number of young people from different dance groups involved. Hats off to Joëlle and her team and the unflappable Dave Thwaites who provided a seamless flow of colourful and atmospheric lighting to suit all needs. As well as talented and creative girls it was good to see a healthy number of boys dancing with vigour and enthusiasm. The Pegasus is marking its 50th anniversary year with a series of celebratory events – this was number 29, another 21 yet to go, to finish with the first performance of this year’s Christmas show.

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