Dance Ireland, Dance Limerick, Firkin Crane Cork and Project Arts Centre present

Dance

LINGER

Dates: 20 Jan - 23 Jan

Show Time: 8.00pm

Tickets: €10 - € 18

Preview: Wed 20 Jan €10
Dates: Thurs 21 – Sat 23 Jan €18/€16
Matinee:
Sat 23 Jan 3.00pm €16/€14

Earlybird: Book before Wed 6 Jan and save 25%
Real Deal: All preview tickets Wed 20 Jan just €10

Linger is a contemporary Irish step dance work for two male dancers, choreographed and directed by Breandán de Gallaí.

This immersive theatrical experience unfolds through a rich tapestry of photography, film, music and movement, and will take you on an odyssey where identity, sexuality and aging are negotiated.


 

Running time:  60 min


 

Linger is a Dance Ireland commission, a legacy fundraising award of DI 21, presented in partnership with Dance Limerick, Firkin Crane Cork and Project Arts Centre.

Read more about the commission on our blog.


 

Bringing a group?
Discounted rates are available for groups of 8 people or more.
To find out how much you could save, contact Andrew on 01 8819613 or andrew@projectartscentre.ie 

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