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  1. The Need for Roots is a trilingual creation funded by Arts Council Wales, which explores notions of cultural identity and has been conceived by choreographers Siriol Joyner, from Aberystwyth and Ruairí Donovan from Cork.

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  2. A new production of Shakespeare's Scottish play aims to get under the skin of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth's toxic relationship and bring their unusual dynamic into sharper focus.

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  3. The breathtaking beauty of Wales' watery vistas has inspired a new dance commission by the New York choreographer Stephen Petronio which will feature as part of National Dance Company Wales' 30th birthday programme.

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  4. Tonight sees the premiere of an interesting collaboration between up and coming Welsh choreographer Jessie Brett and the Ethiopian artist Addisu Demissie at Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff.

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  5. This season marks a new collaboration between the Cardiff-based dance artist Jo Fong and Sherman Cymru. This month sees the screening of her new piece Witness - a documentary offering a fascinating insight into the lives of three very different dancers.

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  6. Pal o' Me Heart, a short film adaptation of Welsh dance company Earthfall's award-winning stage production At Swim Two Boys, is currently premiering at the Edinburgh Festival in a portable 360° cinema.

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  7. They are used to interpreting the visions of others through their dance steps, but now five dancers from National Dance Company Wales are taking on the guise of creator for a new project.

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  8. Not so long ago in history a heavily pregnant woman was a rare sight, as she was usually ordered into her "confinement" some weeks before the bump became enormous. Now a new dance piece is aiming to challenge conventional images of pregnancy by featuring two women dancers as they near the final months of their gestation.

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  9. In 2013 National Dance Company Wales will be celebrating their 30th anniversary with a series of special anniversary performances and a tour.

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  10. If you haven't managed to catch Ballet Cymru's thrilling Roald Dahl adaptation yet, the tour comes to an end this week and there is still a chance to catch it at venues in Wales. It's the first time the works of the popular Welsh children's author have been set to dance.

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