Dates: 29 Apr - 01 May

Tickets: €20

  “Dances for Airports is a minimalist solo inspired by, and performed to, Brian Eno’s Music for Airports. Skaggs performs an emotional and kinetic response to Eno’s music in a simple and spiritual space. Lighting designer David Ferri creates an ambient, dense haze that envelops both audience and performer in a communal fog. In this unstable environment, Skaggs opens up a dialogue and space to reflect on our post 9/11 culture of disaster. A beautiful and contemplative performance.”

Brian Eno is renowned for his development of ambient music. He has worked extensively in the field of music and has produced music in collaboration with U2, David Bowie, Talking Heads and more recently Coldplay. “Skaggs comes across as one of the most original movers around..” The Village Voice

Choreographer: SARAH SKAGGS

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