Live Collision International Festival

Performance

LIVE COLLISION Other Events

Dates: 29 Apr - 02 May

As well as the three double-bill performances in the Cube here at Project, there are a number of other events happening during this year’s Live Collision International Festival.

 

WE ARE ACTIVE ENQUIRY
Questions and Exchanges

Why Live Art, Why Now?
30 April – 2 May 1.00pm
Project Arts Centre

Massive Owl (Artists-in-Residence) present
Stand With Us
8 May
Fringe Lab

Live Art Development Agency presents
Study Room Boxes
30 April – 2 May 10.00am – 7.00pm
Project Arts Centre

Artist Salon and Workshop
30 April – 1 May
Fringe Lab

Live Collision Podcast Series

 

WE ARE IN PUBLIC
Off-Site Events

Nic Green presents
Abhann Liffe
2 May

Amanda Coogan presents
Smoking In Bolero
1 May 7.00pm
Meeting House Square

Outlandishtheatre Platform presents
Come into The Gardens
30 April 10.15pm
Meeting House Square

 

WE ARE IN PRIVATE
One-on-one Performances

Ciara McKeon presents
Unaccompanied
29 April – 1 May 9.30am – 12.30pm
deAppendix studio

Robbie Blake presents
The Pink Tank
1 April 12.00pm – 7.00pm
Project Arts Centre

Dylan Tighe presents
Sunday Service
3 May 12.00pm – 7.00pm

 

THE CONDITION OF THINGS
Performance Installations

Jo Hellier presents
97 Years
2 – 3 May
Science Gallery

Francis Fay presents
Susurros de amor – The Whispers of Love
1 – 2 May 5.00pm – 8.00pm
The Workmans Club

 

WE ARE DANCING
Festival Parties

27 Club drinks
1 May
Project Bar

Yes Yes Yes Le Temps Que Nous Partageons / The Time We Share
2 May
Mother Club

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