Opportunity to see brand new Dance Theatre Production Roma as it tours Northern Venues

Image: Chris Davis

ROMA is a Dance Theatre Production that will be touring theatres and some very special venues throughout the North of England from 20 October – 9 December 2022.

Created by Anglo-Sicilian choreographer Anthony Lo-Giudice Roma will feature a team of internationally renowned performers – both dancers and musicians. Performers include: Bradley Creswick MBE, Rosie Macari, Brendan Murphy, Molly Procter, Caroline Reece and James Southward.

 With a British mother and Italian father, Anthony explores identity, borders and what it means to call a place home, at a time when these subjects are pertinent in contemporary Britain today.

In this semi-autobiographical work, Anthony reflects on the intimate musings of his parents’ accounts of one another, shaping them into a series of fleeting memories and imaginations, recollecting their tempestuous jostle between love and cultural divide.

Ticket prices for performances vary starting at £7.  Please see tour list and contact details below for further details.


Alnwick Playhouse

20 October

Start time: 19:30

Tickets: £12 (£16 premier)


Durham Cathedral

18 November

Start time: 19:30

Tickets: £15/£13.50 conc.


Berwick Maltings

19 November

Start time: 19:00

Tickets: £13/£12 conc.


York Minster

25 November

Start time: 19:30

Tickets: £15/£13.50 conc.


Middlesbrough Town Hall

1 December

Start time: £10 adult, £8 Student, 50p booking fee. Groups £7 + booking fee

Tickets: 7pm


Queens Hall

2 December

Start time: 19:30

Tickets: £15


Dance City

9 December

Start times: 14:00 and 19:30

Tickets: £15/£12.50 conc.


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