Exclusive previews and one-off experiences from just €5 a month
Lynnette Moran presents
Dates: 29 Apr - 02 May
Festival Pass: €33
To book a festival pass online, select 1 full price ticket for each of the three nights and the discount will be applied automatically
Live Collision International Festival creates extraordinary experiences across the city.
Live Collision is Ireland’s leading festival of live art, with a vast international programme of live performance, digital interactions, dialogues, exhibitions and publications never before shown in Ireland.
Live Collision permeates both the cultural landscape and the city with equal provocation and rigour.
There is no other festival like this.
Live Collision 2015 at Project Arts Centre:
There will also be a number of off-site events.
Read more about these events and how to book them here.
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Image: Richard Davenport (Best Before End by Curious)
August 31 2017, at 12:43pm
Welcome to Project Arts Centre’s 2017/18 season. I am delighted to bring you this packed programme featuring new work, the best of international artists and some old favourites. Project has supported brave, creative and amazing ideas since 1966. This season marks a step in a new direction for Project and the launch of a new strategic vision for our organisation. Project is Ireland’s first arts centre; an independent and ambitious multidisciplinary organisation in the heart of Dublin with a local, national and international remit. We are a home for contemporary arts, a producing house, a resource for artists and a…Read More
August 30 2017, at 08:38pm
Project Artists Brokentalkers have had a busy year. You saw them here earlier this year with Have I No Mouth as part of a national tour, back in April they presented The Passion a re-imagining of the Passion in collaboration with community of Ballyfermot and Cherry Orchard, and now they are hitting the road again with their critically-acclaimed show This Beach. This Beach is a blistering satire of white western privilege made in response to the global refugee crisis. Touring to seven venues across Ireland this autumn, with performances in Blanchardstown, Galway, Dún Laoghaire, Belfast, Cork, Bray and of course…Read More