FROZEN/ TWO WORLDS LIE AT THEIR FEET

Dates: 24 May - 24 May

Tickets: €14

Shakram Dance Company present a double bill of film, dance, theatre and sound.

Frozen is a dance film set in the streets of Dublin and in the Garden of Remembrance. It presents a dilemma in the contemporary Irish psyche struggling to reconcile Ireland old and new.

In Two Worlds Lie At Their Feet Mairead Vaughan and Regan O’Brien simultaneously perform self-devised solos woven together in a symbiotic exchange of dance, theatre and voice, accompanied by Dara O’Brien’s live soundscape. While gazing through a window, they search for a question they forgot to ask. This work reveals the world between illusion and actuality that is at the heart of the question they seek to retrieve.

By MAIREAD VAUGHAN

Composer DARA O’ BRIEN Cast

FROZEN (FILM CAST)

MAIREAD VAUGHAN, ELOY CASANOVA, OLWEN GRINDLEY AND REBECCA REILY TWO WORLDS LIE AT THEIR FEET(LIVE PERFORMANCE)

MAIREAD VAUGHAN, DARA O’BRIEN AND REGAN O’BRIEN

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