The living legend, queer icon, and performance art maestro David Hoyle brings his critically-acclaimed live show ‘The Ten Commandments’ to Dublin for a premiere and one-night-only performance at Project Arts Centre for GAZE Film Festival.
Survivor of a shame-inducing religious upbringing, David revisits his Biblical initiation with his very own version of The Ten Commandments designed to spark a revolution in human consciousness. This is a live experience that will wash all of your sins away and then some. Dark comedy meets righteous anger meets queer revolution as only David Hoyle themselves can conjure…
David Hoyle is the special guest at this year’s GAZE Film Festival and on Sunday evening, Aug 6 you can catch him in conversation at Light House Cinema with film director Jen Heyes and Festival Director Greg Thorpe following a one-off screening of HEDDA (After Ibsen) a cinematic and musical reimagining of the Henrik Ibsen classic Hedda Gabler in true Hoyleian avant-garde fashion. David also appears in Afterparty, part of the Mighty Real shorts selection on Saturday evening. Find out more via www.gaze.ie
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David Hoyle is an English performance artist, avant-garde cabaret artist, singer, actor, comedian and film director. His performances are known to combine many disparate elements, from satirical comedy to painting, surrealism and even striptease, much of which is aggressive in nature
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