Dublin Fringe Festival presents

Dance

AFTER by Liv O'Donoghue

Dates: 07 Sep - 15 Sep

Show Time: 6.15pm

Tickets: €14-16

Preview: 6.15pm, 7 Sept (€11)
Matinee: 3.30pm, 15 Sept

This is it. It’s over. The end of days. Humanity and the world as we know it are ending and we’ve stared deep into the abyss to make a documentary for you. It’s a rough cut, but it’s the best we could do under the circumstances. A forewarning for how you would cope and what you would do. To see what it really looks and feels like to know the end is nigh.

Using live-stream film, physicality and performance, we see the stages of the breakdown, the fallout, all that passed.

Investigating our very human fear of endings, AFTER will take you into the beyond, the bit after the end, when it’s already over. It’s a relief… almost.

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Contains use of strobe lighting and smoke machines.

Funded by The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon. Supported by Dublin City Council, Dance Ireland, Dansearena Nord (Norway), D.ID Dance Identity (Austria) and Dublin Dance Festival, in association with Project Arts Centre.

Liv O’Donoghue is a recipient of an Arts Council Next Generation Award.

Developed at FRINGE LAB with the support of Dublin Fringe Festival.

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