Kind Words Spoken

Collective release, worlds collide, everybody moves. Explore the 2019 Dubin Dance Festival edition at Project Arts Centre. A world of party, politics and power.

Dance

Dublin Dance Festival 2019

Dates: 01 May - 19 May

 

In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni

Roberto Castello / ALDES (Italy)

 

Phoenix

Eric Minh Cuong Castaing / Shonen (France/Palestine)

 

Tiny Dancer

Donal Dineen

happy young child dancing in listening to music

 

Ensemble

Robbie Synge and Lucy Boyes (Scotland)

 

Inventions

Irish Modern Dance Theatre (Ireland)

 

Demos

Liz Roche Company (Ireland)

 

DANCE ON FILM

Merce Cunningham, A Lifetime of Dance

A Selection of Shorts

 

DDF EXTENDED

First Looks

New works-in-development by dance artists in Ireland.

First Looks - Dublin Dance Festival at Project Arts Centre, Dublin

 

Modes of Capture Symposium: An Introduction

 

DRAFF | Cube Takeover

 

Sound and Stage: New Music | DRAFF x ddr

 

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