Much loved Oxford dance community Tac-au-Tac and highly respected dance artist/teacher Joëlle Pappas return to Pegasus Theatre with a family dance showcase performed by children and young people, featuring a guest appearance from Oxford Youth Dance Company.  What the Wind Told the Tree Tops is a collection of short dances which celebrate young people’s imagination, creativity and love of dance.

Suitable for all ages.

Performances:  Saturday 13th May 3.30pm & 7.00pm

Venue:  Pegasus Theatre, Magdalen Road, Oxford OX4 1RE

Tickets:  £12, £8 concessions

Book online here, or call the Box Office on 01865 812150

Find out about Tac-au-Tac Dance Theatre and activities here

Inspired by Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition, Tac-au-Tac dancers present Dances at an Exhibition, a programme of dances inspired by art works from an imaginary art gallery.  They are joined on Saturday night by friends of Tac-au-Tac, notably Oxford Youth Dance Company.

Tac-au-Tac was founded in 1999. It is a professional contemporary dance company based in Oxford and directed by Joëlle Pappas. Tac-au-Tac dancers collaborate with musicians, artists and film makers to create shows performed locally and abroad. Tac-au-Tac runs extensive education and community programmes. (more…)

Dancin’ the Years Away

In this Gala evening organised by respected Oxford dance artist and teacher Joëlle Pappas, Tac-au-Tac Young Dancers and their friends celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Pegasus Theatre…

As well as talented young dancers from Tac-au-Tac, watch out for performances by some of Oxford’s leading youth dance groups led by Joëlle, Cecilia MacFarlane and Ellie Crowther, including the dynamic Oxford Youth Dance Company, and a first appearance by the new Oxford Youth Ballet led by Penny Cullerne-Bown of East Oxford School of Ballet in new work by Susie Crow.

Proceeds from the Gala will go towards supporting the rich programme of ongoing youth work at the Pegasus.

28th June 2012, 7.00pm

Tickets £15, £10 for under 18s and concessions – selling fast!

Box Office 01865 812150