Sunday 3rd - Monday 4th July
They Call It Dance, We Call It Life
The Jennifer Lee School of Dance Presents 'They Call It Dance, We Call It Life'. A show where pupils are able to express what they love to do most of all, dance. From ages 3 to 18, you can be inspired by their passion, their devotion and their talent. Over two nights, come and experience a variety of different dance styles to upbeat and contemporary music and allow the performers to pass their love of dance on to you.
'Great dancers are not great because of their technique. They are great because of their passion'. - Martha Graham
Show time - The performances starts at 6.00pm on Sunday 3rd and 7:30pm on Monday 4th July 2016
Age guidance - This show is considered suitable for all ages.
Lap tickets (£3) are available from the Box Office for children aged under 2 years.
Ticket prices - include £1 per ticket theatre levy*
The Box Office is open every day Monday to Saturday from 10.30am to 1.30pm, and an hour before performances start. Outside these opening hours, messages can be left on our voicemail.
The auditorium slopes steeply down towards the stage. Therefore, in the interest of health and safety, wheelchair designated spaces are reserved at the rear of the auditorium only. Please contact the Box Office if any member of your party requires a wheelchair space. Toilet facilities suitable for wheelchair users are available on the ground floor opposite the Box Office.
How to find us.
The Albany Theatre shares an entrance with the Premier Inn, Earlsdon Park.
SATNAV:CV1 3BH: Head towards Coventry City Centre and onto Coventry Ring Road, exit the ring road at Junction 7 signposted Ikea. Exit the roundabout onto Butts Road (B4101) signposted Earlsdon, the Albany Theatre is located on the left hand side past the traffic lights sharing an entrance with the Premier Inn. Chargeable parking is available at the multistorey car park directly next to the hotel (car park entrance off Butts Road).
*The Albany Theatre is run by a charity, supported by volunteers. In order to keep this beautiful building open and available for events like this, part of your ticket cost - just £1 - goes to our Theatre Development Fund. Some theatres call it a booking fee. This non-voluntary levy is a common feature in these days of financial constraint. We guarantee to use your £1 wisely to improve the facilities we can offer to make your experience better every time you come. Thank you for supporting us.