The Goode School of Dance – The Nutcracker

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The Goode School of Dance – The Nutcracker

Pavilion Theatre, Thursday 10th January - Sunday 13th January 2019

The Goode School of Dance is celebrating its 30th Anniversary! This year's production is the all-time favourite ballet The Nutcracker.

Clara is swept into a fantasy adventure when her Nutcracker doll comes to life. With a ravishing Tchaikovsky score and vibrant dancing from the school's students. They will also perform some of the schools greatest Jazz and contemporary dance hits from the past 30 years that will have everyone up dancing with them!

Booking Information
Thu January 10th & Fri January 11th, 7pm.
Sat January 12th, 2pm & 7pm.
Sun January 13th, 12pm & 6pm.

€16/12 | Student €8 (available for Thu January 10th, 7pm performance only)

Thursday 10th January - Sunday 13th January 2019
Pavilion Theatre, Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland

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