Project Arts Centre presents

Dance

BODY DUET WORKSHOP

Dates: 01 Mar - 01 Mar

Show Time: choreographer and Artistic Director of Irish Modern Dance Theatre, John Scott will lead a dance workshop

Tickets: €10

Dance Workshop
Space Upstairs

By John Scott

BODY DUET WORKSHOP

To accompany the presentation of Body Duet at Project Arts Centre, choreographer and Artistic Director of Irish Modern Dance Theatre, John Scott will lead a dance workshop on Thursday 1 March from 1pm – 2.30pm. The workshop is open to all.

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ABOUT BODY DUET….

Lost loves, new loves, a past, present, and a future: we all have them. Don’t we?

Body Duet is a striking new dance piece from John Scott’s irish modern dance theatre that celebrates the ecstatic feeling of being together, of losing fear and inhibition, and trusting being together. A show packed with passion, poetry, humour, artistry, grace, fun, vitality – and dance. It will make you think, it will make you laugh, and it will make you remember.

Body Duet features New York’s Bessie Award winning dance star Michelle Boulé and one of Ireland’s outstanding male dancers Philip Connaughton.

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