Dates: 26 Nov - 04 Dec

Tickets: €15


Due to the weather, IMDT’s matinee performance for 2 Dec is cancelled.

Ground-breaking film director/video artist Charles Atlas and choreographer John Scott join forces to create a thrilling dance performance fused with extraordinary visual imagery.

A dazzling, dreamlike meeting of high energy dance, vibrant colours, quirky humour, a musical soundscape in five languages and giantprojections filmed live with a cast of seven outstanding  dancers.

speed and passion & movement and light IN THIS MOMENT unites dance, film and technology to stunning effect.


What the critics thought:

“Charles Atlas is one of the greatest dance film artists working at the moment” The View

“Extraordinary, ecletic cast” The View

“The piece is unusual and original and life enhancing and characterful” The View

“Hypnotic.. In This Moment is a must see for committed contemporary dance fans and also for video artists who will adore Atlas’ live visuals” MetroHerald

There will be a post show discussion with Charles Atlas & John Scott following the performance on 30 November.

Find out more about Irish Modern Dance Theatre on their website

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Choreographed by John Scott

Live video, projections and visuals by Charles Atlas

Lighting by Eamon Fox

Performed by Joanne Banks, Philip Connaughton, James Hosty, Marc Mann, Sebastiao

Mpembele Kamalandua, Rebecca Reilly, Michael Snipe Jr and Florence Welalo  Poudima.

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