Welcome to May at Project Arts Centre
We’ve lots in store for you this month including a roller coaster ride through Irish history, a dark thriller about a missing girl, a collection of stories from Rialto and the welcome return of Dublin Dance Festival!
Performance at Project
21 Apr – 7 May
Rough Magic return with Stewart Parker’s free-wheeling journey, from the sublime to the ridiculous, through Irish political and theatrical history.
★★★★ “Rough Magic has sculpted something beautiful and moving”
The Irish Times
29 Apr – 14 May
From the company who brought us 2013’s smash hit Broadening comes a new, dark thriller full of shock and suspense. Inhabitance is the story of a mother willing to do anything to find her daughter in the world of mass entertainment.
Natural History of Hope
12 – 14 May
A live performance from artist Fiona Whelan, Rialto Youth Project and Brokentalkers, based on hundreds of testimonies of women in the Rialto area of Dublin’s inner city and performed by an intergenerational cast of local women.
Dublin Dance Festival 2016
17 – 28 May
A packed programme full of Irish premieres, double bills, exhibitions and even film screenings, by dance artists from all over the world including the Netherlands, Italy, Greece, France, South Africa, the USA and Ireland.
Exhibitions at Project
1 Apr – 28 May
A newly commissioned painting of monumental scale, Empireland grapples with Ireland’s history as a state. Produced on the structure of a motorway gantry sign, Mark O’Kelly presents us with an abstract roadmap of Ireland’s evolution born of rebellion.
More from Project
Our Project Artists have been really busy lately touring nationally and internationally with existing work and also developing new work set to grace our stages in the near future.