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Live Collision presents
Dates: 25 Apr - 28 Apr
Show Time: 1pm - 6.30pm
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 at Live Collision International Festival 2018.
One at a time every 30 minutes starting from Project Arts Centre.
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Duration: 15 mins
Credits: Created by Hugh Farrell & Tyler Kieffer
Listen&Breathe was formed in 2015 by Irish writer and director Hugh Farrell and Brooklyn-based sound designer Tyler Kieffer to make immersive theatre experiences for non-traditional spaces. Their first headphone experience Every morning I wake and seem to forget… premiered at Body&Soul Festival ’15 and was further developed at Another Love Story ’17 and ’18. They will present it again at Clonmel Junction Festival this July. In August they will present Every Year | Grow Again, an immersive dining experience about food, on Nantucket Island in collaboration with L.A. based production company New Neighbourhood. Listen&Breathe are supported by the Arts Council of Ireland bursary award.
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