Dance

Dublin Dance Festival 2018

Dates: 02 May - 20 May

Show Time: Various times

Tickets: €0 - 22

Dublin Dance Festival returns to Project Arts Centre this May.

Ireland’s leading dance event, the Festival brings together dance artists and choreographers from across the world to share vibrant contemporary dance with audiences in Ireland.

Dublin Dance Festival will run from 2 to 20 May. Tickets on sale now.

Save 15% when you buy tickets to two or more Dublin Dance Festival shows at Project Arts Centre. Simply select your tickets and the discount will automatically apply at checkout. 

And so you see… 

(b)reaching stillness

Wrongheaded

Dublin Dance Festival present Liz Roche's Wrongheaded. Dance Events at Project Arts Centre

Leila’s Death

Akram Khan: Can We Live With Robots?

Dublin Dance Festival presents a Screening of Akram Khan's Can We Live With Robots. Dance Events at Project Arts Centre

Bobbi Jo Hart: Rebels on Pointe

Dublin Dance Festival presents a Screening of Rebels On Pointe. Dance Events at Project Arts Centre, Dublin

A Life of Play by Emma O’Kane

CoisCéim BROADREACH_A LIFE OF PLAY part of Dublin Dance Festival. Dance Events at Project Arts Centre

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