Dublin Dance Festival 2014 presents Sónia Sánchez and Clément Dazin

Dance

EL PLIEGUE / BRUIT DE COULOIR

Dates: 28 May - 30 May

Show Time: 6pm

Tickets: €15 - €13 (Book 3 or 4 different shows marked as "Dance Deals" and get 15% off full price tickets. Book for 5 or more different shows and get 20% off!)

Catalan performer Sonia Sánchez pushes the limits of the traditional flamenco form to create her own furious, passionate dance language. In El Pliegue (the bow), she explores each fold and unfold as her body bends and stretches to sounds, silences, melodies, discords, passions and understandings.

What are our fears? What are our desires? In Bruit de couloir, French dance and circus artist Clément Dazin leads the audience on a poetic journey through the stages of life, using a mix of contemporary dance, hip hop and his own unique style of juggling.

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Thursday 29th May – Post show discussion

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