The Pathology Building
(National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2)
A new site specifc dance work created and performed by Michelle Fagan and Ríonach Ní Néill with film by Marek Bogacki
How does the architectural mind work? What inspires and frustrates architects and how do they see space differently from others? In this new work, multi-award winning architect Michelle Fagan (FKL Architects), choreographer Ríonach Ní Néill and film-maker Marek Bogacki explore the architectural imagination and creative process, reflecting on our experience of the built environment as something made as much of ideas and emotions as of material.
“a piece that would wow anyone (and there are many) with a fear of modern dance” The Irish Times – on Seandálaíocht
“a festival experience to treasure” Dance Europe on See Saw”
Performance Dates, Tickets and Information
Friday 27 and Saturday 28 April, 7.30pm. Tickets : 15/10
Tickets can be booked in advance from box office: phone 01.8819613 or email email@example.com
Tickets may be available on the night at The National Concert Hall.
Our seating is unreserved so you will choose your seat on the night of the performance. We advise you to arrive at least 10 minutes before the start time as we are unable to seat patrons once a performance has begun.
Before the show, why not…?
…have a look around our gallery. During exhibitions our gallery is open Mon-Sat from 11AM until the performance begins….
…or catch up with your friends by having a drink in our bar. We offer a full bar service so if you just can’t wait to talk about the show join us afterwards for another.
Present your Project Art Centre ticket (evening performances only) at the Fleet Street Car Park and you will qualify for a special fixed price of just 5. Ask at box office for more information. Performed by Michelle Fagan and Ríonach Ní Néill with film by Marek Bogacki.
Produced by Richard Wakely.
Funded by the Arts Council and the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht under the Engaging with Architecture Scheme with support from a range of partners including Project Arts Centre, Dublin; the Office of Public Works; the Architectural Association of Ireland; National Concert Hall; the Irish Architecture Foundation and the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland.