Dublin Theatre Festival and Zoe Ní Riordáin Present

Theatre

Zoe Ní Riordáin: Everything I Do (In Development)

Dates: 06 Oct - 06 Oct

Show Time: 2 pm

‘Love is metaphysical gravity’ – R. Buckminster Fuller

In 1975, the futurist architect and inventor R. Buckminster Fuller recorded a series of lectures titled Everything I Know. Fuller travelled circuits of the world over thirty-seven times discussing the infinite possibilities of technology and science. His wife of sixty-six years, Anne, rarely travelled with him.

With live original music, Everything I Do channels the spirit of R. Buckminster Fuller to explore love, loneliness and how we affect each other.

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This project has been developed at LaMama Umbria’s International Next Generation Residency Programme.

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