A TRIPLE bill of top quality dance will be on offer at a North Wales theatre next month.

National Dance Company Wales is all set to present triple bill KIN at Theatr Clwyd, in Mold.

The company will be reviving Nigel Charnock’s influential Lunatic and Fearghus Ó Conchúir’s Rygbi: Yma/Here alongside a new work by Alexandra Waierstall - 2067: Time and Time and Time as part of their triple bill KIN at the theatre on April 28 and 29.

The riotous Lunatic was created by the ground-breaking performer, director and choreographer, the late Nigel Charnock for National Dance Company Wales in 2009.

The piece was inspired by sleepless nights, dreams and the moon and confronts themes of national, gender and class identity which carry renewed resonance 10 years on.

The second piece is a new work called 2067: Time and Time and Time by choreographer Alexandra Waierstall.

Born in England, raised in Cyprus and now living in Germany, Waierstall creates elegant and shimmering work that moves groups of bodies with a strong sense of musicality and a poetic physicality.

Rygbi: Yma / Here by NDCWales artistic director Fearghus Ó Conchúir completes the bill.

The piece was originally part of a project inspired by the culture of rugby in Wales that toured to Japan supporting Wales’ Rugby World Cup squad and featured in the company’s autumn tour, Roots.

It is an emotional portrayal of hope, glory and camaraderie, celebrating the pride and passion that players and fans experience together in confronting triumph and loss.

Fearghus Ó Conchúir said: “As Wales’ national dance company, our role is to play a part in reflecting the evolving nature of nation and community.

"Dance is a powerful art-form which brings people together to examine and explore what communities are and what they could be, testing different ideas of relationships and values.

"The three pieces of work presented in KIN showcase each choreographer’s proposal of how a group could work together.”

KIN can be seen at Theatr Clwyd's Anthony Hopkins Theatre on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 28 and 29 (7.30pm).

Tickets priced from £10 are available from the Theatr Clwyd box office on 01352 344101 or at www.theatrclwyd.com