Dance/ 28 Jun 2006 - 14 Jan 2006


Cosán Dearg, literally 'red path' is used to describe ground worn by the frequent tread of footsteps. It is a physical metaphor for compulsion, repetition and attachment. For Cosán Dearg, choreographer Fearghus Ó Conchúir has collaborated with theatre director Jason…

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Special Event/ 23 Jun 2006 - 14 Jan 2006


WHOSE HOUSE? is a play by Mary Elizabeth Burke-Kennedy which takes you on an extraordinary journey through the history of an extraordinary house. It is a dark and dangerous journey, funny and imaginatively told by the graduating actors of our…

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Theatre/ 22 Jun 2006 - 14 Jan 2006


The children of a ruined state play out their Family Stories in a startlingly theatrical display that is at once epic and domestic. Set in Belgrade during the Milosovic years and described by the playwright as a 'slapstick tragedy' this…

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Performance/ 16 Jun 2006 - 16 Jun 2006


Barry McGovern performs Samuel Beckett's Echo's Bones and From An Abandoned Work. Barry McGovern is regarded by many as one of the foremost interpreters of Samuel Beckett's work. He has played Lucky, Estragon and Vladimir in Waiting for Godot, Clov…

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Exhibitions/ 01 Jun 2006 - 31 Jul 2006


ADMISSION FREE The Meaning of Greatness, a show by Sarah Pierce opened in the Project Arts Centre on 8th June, 2006. Pierce who is known for her discursive practice (The Metropolitan Complex) drew on her research to make an archive…

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Comedy/ 22 May 2006 - 10 Jun 2006


Tall Tales Theatre Company presents Wallflowering, Peta Murray's smash success Australian Ballroom Dancing comedy and the last production in Tall Tales women-writing-worldwide series: This superbly colourful and quirky production features a middle-aged couple who find themselves out of step in…

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