Lynnette Moran presents

Performance

LIVE COLLISION INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL 2015

Dates: 29 Apr - 02 May

Festival Pass: €33
To book a festival pass online, select 1 full price ticket for each of the three nights and the discount will be applied automatically

Live Collision International Festival creates extraordinary experiences across the city.

Live Collision is Ireland’s leading festival of live art, with a vast international programme of live performance, digital interactions, dialogues, exhibitions and publications never before shown in Ireland.

Live Collision permeates both the cultural landscape and the city with equal provocation and rigour.

There is no other festival like this.

Live Collision 2015 at Project Arts Centre:

30 April
Double Bill: Best Before End and Proximity to Liveness

1 May
Double Bill: Workshy and 27

2 May
Double Bill: Stud and Dickie Beau: Unplugged

There will also be a number of off-site events.
Read more about these events and how to book them here.

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Image: Richard Davenport (Best Before End by Curious)

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