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Dublin Fringe Festival presents
Dates: 07 Sep - 15 Sep
Show Time: 9pm (6.15pm 15 Sept)
Tickets: €16 - €14
Preview: 9pm, 7 Sept, (€11)
Matinee: 1pm, 15 Sept
Three performers dance their memories and hopes in this raw allegory of life. It’s about people using whatever they can to make their own perfect solo. It’s not always clear who’s assisting who. Philip Connaughton, long-time collaborator Lucia Kickham and French dance artist Magali Caillet are accompanied by video footage of Madeleine, Philip’s mother, who suffers from advanced dementia. Her ancient and beautiful presence makes us look at how we, as society, deal with the ageing body.
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Duration: 60 mins
Contains nudity and the use of smoke machines.
Funded by The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon. In partnership with Project Arts Centre and in association with The Everyman. Supported by Dance Ireland. Developed at FRINGE LAB with the support of Dublin Fringe Festival.
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