Dates: 20 May - 31 May

A feast of the hottest dance from around the globe awaits you this May – Dublin Dance Festival, Ireland’s leading dance event, is back! This landmark 10th Festival promises to inspire and delight with outstanding artists from home and abroad showcasing the best of international and Irish dance.

7 diverse shows take will take to the Project stages from 21 – 31 May. You will be spoiled for choice with stunningly beautiful shows from Europe featuring strident and subtle artists, an evocative piece of documentary dance-theatre, two works by leading Irish dance and theatre companies inspired by a literary great and a dance extravaganza that will have you laughing and dancing in your seats.

We have a jam-packed schedule of events during the festival here at Project Arts Centre, so why not follow the links below and find your favourites!

Return To Absence, Arcane Collective (21 – 23 May)

Please Be Gentle / Stay With Me (Double Bill), Alexis Vassiliou presented by Bealtaine Festival (23 – 25 May) 

Ours Was The Fen Country, Still House – Dan Canham (24 & 25 May)

Name of the next song, Andersson Dance (27 & 28 May)

El Pliegue / Bruit De Couloir, Sónia Sánchez / Clément Dazin (28 – 30 May)

Ponies Don’t Play Football, ponydance (30 & 31 May)

Quad, Pan Pan Theatre Company and Irish Modern Dance Theatre (30 & 31 May)

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