Dance

DUBLIN DANCE FESTIVAL 2016

Dates: 17 May - 28 May

Tickets: €8 - €22

Dublin Dance Festival returns to Project with a feast of dance treats to delight, provoke, challenge and enchant.

Expect top Irish and international artists working at the intersection of dance, theatre, visual arts, magic and circus, including Fernando Belfiore, Cie 14:20, Justine Cooper, Liadain Herriott, Euripides Laskaridis, Cristiana Morganti and Dylan Quinn Dance Theatre.

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JESSICA AND ME

LIMINAL

Liminal - LiadainHerriott - DDF16 - Project Arts Centre, Dublin

FOLDS OF THE CRANE

Justine Cooper - DFF16 - Folds Of The Crane - Project Arts Centre, Dublin

SWAN LAKE

Swan Lake

CONSTELLATION

Alonzo King (Constellation) - DDF - Project Arts Centre, Dublin - 1

FULCRUM

RELIC

Euripides Laskaridis (Relic) - DDF - Project Arts Centre, Dublin - 1

MAGIE NOUVELLE

Cie1420 (Ellipses) - DDF - Project Arts Centre, Dublin - 1

HERE AND THROUGH

Luca Truffarelli - Here and Through - DDF - Project Arts Centre, Dublin

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