Resolven Starlets Take Centre Stage

Dance company XCLUSIVE have once again exceeded all expectations and produced another stunning spring show at the Princess Royal Theatre in Port Talbot.

Saturday May 4th was their 4th appearance in  .the Princess Royal Theatre and the theme was ‘A night at the movies’ and included dances to songs from some of the dancers favourite films. The scene was set and 140 dancers from the 4 troops (who hail from Resolven and Pant y ffordd area) – Force, Velocity, Elite, and Prima – were backstage under the watchful eye of their teachers, coaches and chaperones.The lights went down and the 400 strong audience were in for a treat. From the opening lines of ‘lets go to the movies ‘from the film Annie it was non stop music and dance until the final dance to ‘ Joyful Joyful’ from Sister Act . The finale was the XCLUSIVE anthem ” Shut Up and Dance”‘ and 140 dancers took their bow to an audience who raised the roof

Not only do they create fantastic shows they support local events such as the carnival too and if you see a child doing a cartwheel or a backflip in the park its very likely they are a member of Exclusive –they .are always performing -they can’t enough of it !











Xclusive would like to thank Matthew Young for his fantastic backing videos which made the show even better and also thank Chris Edwards for providing the music without which there would have been no dancing , and also thanks to all the teachers coaches and chaperones who look after  the group, the dancers backstage , and not forgetting  Judith Pritchard who is always present and always working but the biggest thanks must go to the dancers themselves for their dedication, commitment, and talent . They practice in Resolven and Pat y ffordd and they are one big dancing prancing performing family .


None of this would have taken place without  Xclusive founder and teacher – the amazing Caryn Williams  who has transformed  a group of energetic youngsters into astounding dancers of whom she is rightly proud  and this year saw her own 2 daughters  Poppy  Haf and Ivy Mae  take to the stage following in their mothers footsteps .

Nothing but admiration for all involved and look forward to the next show.