Bonachela and Kylie Minogue


Bonachela had been sent to the naughty step...

Rafael Bonachela said in an interview with the Guardian that his high point was watching Kylie Minogue perform a dance he had choreographed for her at Wembley Arena.

Bonachela worked with Kylie on her Fever and Showgirl tours, selling out stadium gigs to thousands of people.

The new show from his company (Bonachela Dance Company) comes to macrobert tomorrow night, and we are all very excited. So if you are a mad Kylie Minogue fan then book your tickets now, you could wind your friends up later and tell them that Kylie Minogue made a surprise appearance!

Also…If you are aged 12-17, you get the tickets for only £2! You could not even buy a poke of chips and an Irn-Bru for that! (Note…if anyone thinks they can, can they please tell us the name of the chippy?)

See you tomorrow at 8pm!

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macrobert arts centre offers an exciting programme of events that welcomes everyone. Choose from a fantastic programme of live events including theatre, dance and music. There is also a full cinema programme with films showing to suit all ages and tastes. There are lots of fun activities for children and young people: creative factories, supervised arts and craft sessions in treehouse, tailor made birthday parties, and youth theatre and dance groups. TICKETS AND INFORMATION LINE 01786 466666 You can also follow macrobert on Facebook , Twitter and Bebo. For special offers and to get all the macrobert news first, sign up for our weekly e-bulletin via www.macrobert.org.

One Response to Bonachela and Kylie Minogue

  1. macrobertartscentre says:

    The show was so well received. Comments from the audience included:

    “It was beautiful… the quality of the dance was very high. It mesmerised all, boy could they dance. The choreography of the dance to music blended so well. It always is a delight to watch people at the top of their profession making movement seem so easy”

    “When the dancers were all together it literally overwhelmed the senses. The movements they made were as if they were all part of the one entity, as if they were joined together. I’ve never seen anything like it.”

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