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.


Dublin Dance Festival 2019

Dates: 01 May - 19 May


In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni

Roberto Castello / ALDES (Italy)



Eric Minh Cuong Castaing / Shonen (France/Palestine)


Tiny Dancer

Donal Dineen

happy young child dancing in listening to music



Robbie Synge and Lucy Boyes (Scotland)



Irish Modern Dance Theatre (Ireland)



Liz Roche Company (Ireland)



Merce Cunningham, A Lifetime of Dance

A Selection of Shorts



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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