It’s been busy in ponyland, but here are the highlights: Janurary, we represented at the British Dance Edition in Scotland. April, we had a week’s workshop with legend Ira Seidenstein and then we went to Zimbabwe, performed at the Harare International Festival of the Arts wah! Yea we did and it rocked. May, we brought […]Permalink•••
PonyPanto is well on it’s way to becoming an institution. It rocked this year, or last year rather. Magic happened and we had a singularly excellent line up of guests. In the Albany, London, we had the awesome hip hop dancer Daryl Baker, three great singers in Laurence Thackery, Peter Davoren and Christina Gill, the […]Permalink•••
Breakfast in Glasgow, on our way to Stirling, where we feature in the THAT Festival, performing in the MacRobert Theatre. Also performing as part of Dance Live in Aberdeen in The Lemon Tree. I remember seeing Scottish Dance Theatre in that venue about 14 years ago and being inspired so delighted to be playing there.Permalink•••
The MAC, Belfast Oct 1st – 5th @8pm Featuring the brilliant UNCLE SOCIAL with guests BOOK NOW themaclive.com/whats-on/ponies-don-t-play-football/ Music: ‘Sickly Stomach’ by Uncle Social New Album coming soon!Permalink•••
Rehearsals are in full swing for the new show. It’s looking very promising, but of course I am going to say that. It could be a pile of rubbish! But I tell ya one thing, the live band; Uncle Social and friends led by the brilliant Donal Scullion, are worth the ticket price alone. There’ll […]Permalink•••
Four, white shower curtains, two either side of the stage. Behind each a sexy silhouettes gyrates to music. The curtains snap open to reveal four lads (sort of) dressed in high heels, black tights with diamond studded collars and fronts, the appropriately placed sparkles also covering their triangular decency. The Ponybois have arrived and what […]Permalink•••
It’s official, ponydance’s first splinter group ponyboys will be taking up residency for two weeks at the lovely Axis Theatre in Ballymun. We are delighted! New show will preview there and then we do a run with the Dublin Fringe. Happy DaysPermalink•••
to Malin Village for the Guth Gafa festival for the premiere of our TV programme. Next stop Hollywood!