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Dates: 31 Oct - 31 Oct

Tickets: €15

Click here for the 2016 performance of Mise Éire (I am Ireland)

Mise Éire is a human exhibit. Inhabiting a live installation, the subjects perform a perverse ritual of sublimation and repetition. The event fuses installation, documentary archives and performance to expose our identities as fraudulent, and often, beyond our control.

Blackly funny, anarchic and deeply politically incorrect, this performance couples the excavation of cultural and political stereotypes, both from within and without, with the serious exposé of alternative historical narratives and of the traumatic ‘truth’ that lies behind both personal and national mythologies.

The event will be followed by a discussion with the artist.

Concept DYLAN TIGHE Cast


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