Dance Company Productions TRIPLE BILL Rubicon Dance Company presents audiences with a Triple Bill of timeless new works, set in past, present and future and danced by 8 of Wales most exciting dancers. Hot on the heels of their acclaimed 2021 debut production of The Nutcracker, Rubicon Dance Company will be returning to stages for its inaugural TRIPLE BILL, dancing 3 gripping world premieres that celebrate the launch of a new dance company for Wales. Launching with a triple World Premiere in Newport ahead of the company’s first visits to London, Aberystwyth and Abergavenny, Rubicon Dance Company will tour 3 highly adaptable new works extensively throughout Wales, aiming to perform the bill on main stages, at small scale venues, at unique event spaces and outdoors. Get your tickets for the World Premiere in Newport here: BOOK HERE . “24HR” Anna Watkins Choreographer Anna Watkins Soundtrack by Bawren Tavaziva & Zosia Jagodzinska Design by Rhiannon Matthews The programme will premiere a newly commissioned work from award winning U.K. choreographer Anna Watkins, who has been acting as Rehearsal Director for the company since launch in 2021. Anna's first work for the company will explore a ‘therapy room’ told through her powerful and athletic choreographic language. Drawing on shared experiences of depression, the humanity of the work will be found through her courageous self-exploration laid bare before the audience; With an original soundtrack created by Bawren Tavaziva & Zosia Jagodzinska and costume designs from Rhiannon Matthews. “Read-Only Memory” Jamiel Laurence Choreographer Jamiel Laurence Composer Sonia Killmann Costume Design Rhiannon Matthews Set Design Tancred Ingram In the far future, new technologies may allow us to experience our memories past from a new perspective and projected before us. “Read-Only Memory” explores how a dystopian society might find a use for this technology as a form of punishment – forcing those of us who do not conform into reliving their most painful memories. Bringing Sci-Fi to the stage, Jamiel Laurence’s new work draws inspiration from the “DUNE” novels by sci-fi author Frank Herbert. The work will feature exciting new designs by Rhiannon Matthews and be accompanied by a newly commissioned composition from Scotland-based composer Sonia Killmann. . “High Jinks” Marcus Jarrell Willis Choreographer Marcus Jarrell Willis Soundtrack by Schubert / J.S. Bach / Jordan o Jordan Design by Rhiannon Matthews Marcus Jarrell Willis’ “High Jinks” transports the audience to an evening of boisterous antics amongst a familiar group of folks. Bringing the work to the U.K. for the first time, High Jinks is a reimagined and extended choreographic work, first created in 2016. With all new choreography and utilizing the structural road map from its original inception, the new version of High Jinks will feature a brand-new costume palette designed by Rhiannon Matthews and feature the music of Schubert, J.S. Bach and Jordan O Jordan.