Which eye are you reading with? Who’s around you? Let your shoulders go. Stand in your self and let immersive theatre makers Listen&Breathe lead you on a journey to your soul with their latest audio headphone experience.
Part theatre show, part dinner party, Regnant is a new durational piece inviting you to join your host, performance maker Xavier de Sousa and play, laugh, rant, cry – pretty much all you expect from a mate’s party.
Faultline is a work in development by ANU examining the events of January 20th 1982, whereby a gay man Charles Self was murdered in Dublin. Nobody has ever been charged with his killing. Nearly 40 years later, those who knew him still grapple with the circumstances of his death and the controversial investigation that followed.
An exciting selection of poetry and live art works in development from some our favourite trans artists in Ireland. With short work from Aidan Wall, Rainbow Fadeyi, Ollie Bell, and Kate Kiernan, come experience new thoughts and fresh perspectives from Ireland's emerging trans art scene.
What happens when a performer presents newspaper articles to a live audience? We look at the ways this liveness changes the articles, and also the way the articles change the performer. It's an examination of how people process information and how this in turn informs our contemporary aural/oral culture.
A curated selection of work from the Live Art Development Agency (LADA)’s Study Room has toured to Live Collision each year, representing topics such as feminism, sexuality, disability and race in relation to Live Art practices.
Combining a Dr Strangelove - inspired performance with a daring forum for public conversation, Unexploded Ordnances (UXO) explores ageing, anxiety, hidden desires and how to look forward when the future is uncertain.