This is when you can see Northern Ballet perform new routines in Doncaster

Northern Ballet dancers Antoinette Brooks-Daw and Kevin Poeung in The Shape of Sound Production by Kenneth Tindall.
Northern Ballet dancers Antoinette Brooks-Daw and Kevin Poeung in The Shape of Sound Production by Kenneth Tindall.

A dance company are ready to excite audiences with their new routines when they take to the stage in Doncaster.

Northern Ballet will open their autumn season with three new dance pieces in their Mixed Programme, with performances at Cast, Waterdale, this Friday and Saturday.
The dancers will perform The Shape of Sound by Kenneth Tindall, The Kingdom of Back by Morgann Runacre-Temple and Mamela by Mlindi Kulashe.
Northern Ballet’s Artistic Director David Nixon OBE said: ‘We are delighted to present this new Mixed Programme for our audiences in Doncaster. 
”Kenneth Tindall has a long history with Northern Ballet, first as a dancer and more recently as a choreographer, and it continues to be very exciting to see him grow.
”I am also very proud that one of our current dancers, Mlindi Kulashe, will make his choreographic debut as part of this programme. It is very important that we continue to encourage and nurture such talent from within our Company. 
”It is also with great pleasure that we welcome a new choreographer to the Company, Morgann Runacre-Temple. The narrative piece she will present compliments the storytelling strengths of our dancers perfectly.”
Tickets are on sale now, to book please visit northernballet.com/mixed-programme site.