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Out on the town with your Barclays Dance Pass

Barclays Dance Pass

Did you know your Barclays Dance Pass gets you invited to exclusive, fun events based around the shows?

Join now for free and you will be the first to hear about our new season Autumn party created by the team responsible for the sizzling midsummer Flamenco Party. At these exclusive events you get to see the show, meet the artists, try a new dance style, enjoy delicious food and drinks and party the night away with fellow Dance Pass holders!

Next Event

The next party will be a dressing up affair at the Peacock Theatre and we promise you it’s ‘just a step to the left’… Watch your email for details from the Dance Pass team.

New Year Party – Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty

Tickets to the party on 5 January were snapped up and lucky passholders saw Sleeping Beauty at Sadler’s Wells Theatre and heard from Glenn Graham of New Adventures at a reception opened by Sadler’s Wells’ Artistic Director Sir Alistair Spalding who gave his personal recommendations for shows not to miss this spring.

Romeo and Juliet – major ticket release
There was excitement when a special ticket release for the next Matthew Bourne show Romeo and Juliet was announced. 1,000 tickets are now available to Barclays Dance Pass holders for just £10 each (2 per booker). Pass holders can book now. If you are not a member and are 16-30, join now for free and immediately qualify for £10 tickets to Romeo and Juliet and many other shows

A look back at the Barclay’s Dance Pass Summer Party

Manuel Liñan ¡VIVA! – June 22

With pre-show drinks and a special welcome by our Artistic Director Sir Alistair Spalding, the evening moved on to the main stage at Sadler’s Wells and the fabulous flamenco drag event ¡VIVA!, with choreographer and multi-award winning flamenco dancer, Manuel Liñan and his company (who joined us later at the after party). This opening party for the famous Flamenco Festival was exclusive for Barclay’s Dance Pass holders with a ticket.

After the show, the party really took off with some serious dancing, hot DJ, free Spanish food and more drinks!

Manuel’s show was a blast – and one of the highlights of the Flamenco Festival celebrating freedom of expression and just being yourself! Many Pass holders went on to book other shows in the Festival and made new friends. A special treat was a speech at the after party by UK choreographer Anthony Matsena and his brother Kel who have recently presented work at Sadler’s Wells and were the subject of a major TV documentary. As holders of Barclay’s Dance Pass themselves, they were enthusing about the varied upcoming shows including ballet, hip hop, tango, contemporary dance, Bollywood and musicals from South Pacific to Bat Out Of Hell. For these and many other shows, tickets are now on sale to Pass holders for just £10.

Don’t miss out on the next event!