End of Year Show 2016

End of Year Show 2016 — Wild Hearts

Pre-order your Wild Hearts DVD!

Our show Wild Hearts was professionally filmed and beautifully presented in four camera angles by cinematographers, in high-def Blu-ray DVD quality. We’re expecting their arrival in the first week of December, perfect for Christmas stockings and high rotation holiday viewing!


Our DVD is available for pre-purchase only and orders must be made no later than Friday 25 November.

Download the order form.

Dance Central is proud to present WILD HEARTS, a glimmering show that captures the essence of what makes this studio run wild. This show is perfect for the entire family, with a spectacular line up of unmissable pieces.

Watch as our dancers get set to rock the stage in a back-to-back fast-paced show with over a thousand spectacular costumes. We are showcasing all our classes — from our cutest and youngest dancers right through to our most committed dancers who compete and train between 10–20 hours a week.

Dance Central’s highly successful Hip Hop Crews and Eisteddfod Troupes will also perform their multi award-winning pieces.

Take advantage of the two-show ticket special and come and see Dance Central’s WILD HEARTS at Canberra Theatre!


  • DATE: Saturday 12 November
  • TIMES: 1pm and 7pm shows
  • PRICES: Adults — $30, Child/Seniors/Concession — $25. There is a $4.95 fee for every transaction.

Tickets are only available for purchase through Canberra Ticketing. Call 6275 2700 or book online.



About the End of Year Shows

Check out our gallery for some serious style and swagger, and what our DC Family have to say about our previous EOY Shows.

‘To all those at Dance Central, What an amazing show!
I am truly impressed! Not just with the quality of the performances, but the many hours that went into planning and hosting the show.
The  fun and opportunities you provided for the children to come together as a team are truly appreciated.
My thanks and congratulations to all of you, and Dance Central, for your commitment to dance, and dedication to the children and their performance skills.
I look forward to next year’s shows.’
– Calder family

‘Hello everyone at Dance Central,
I wanted to let you know how amazing DECADE was on Saturday. WHAT AN INCREDIBLE SHOW! I was entertained, awestruck and completely ‘wowed’ for the whole duration of the show. YOU ALL ROCK! All the dancers were amazing. The work they’ve put in all year was totally evident and their stage presence was fantastic – they OWNED that stage and had the audience in the palm of their hands! I fell in love with the costumes and wonderful choreography. Thank you for giving me and my family such an amazing night of fun. We couldn’t help but cheer wildly, and scream and shout encouragement for the great performances. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE DANCERS, TEACHERS AND EVERYONE AT DC!’
– Surman Family

‘The Morrison family would like to say thank you to you and the DC team for producing an amazing 10 year anniversary show.  Once again, will never fully understand what is required to pull something like that off, but we thank you all for your extraordinary effort, time and commitment.  We loved both shows. The variation was wonderful and the entire show spectacular.’
– Morrison Family

‘WOW!! What a great show. So proud that my girl is part of this amazing dance company’
– Ljubi Carbone

‘The concert was fabulous and a great inspiration for the junior dancers to see the crews and troupes in action.’
– Jones Family

‘I just wanted to shoot you a quick email to say congratulations on an awesome concert! Our entire family had a ball watching the performances and Maggie was so excited about being on stage.’
– Grant Family

‘Dear DC Team, A huge congratulations on another very successful Dance Concert last weekend.  You really do have the recipe for making it all result in a very polished and professional performance. Every dancer seemed to perform with confidence and a great sense of enjoyment. A tribute to all of the hard work and dedication of a very talented DC staff who are committed to their students.’
– Clough family