OUT OF HARM'S WAY

Dates: 22 Nov - 08 Dec

Tickets: €20

In the darkness, eight dancers run for their lives. A cosy room gives shelter and safety from the dangerous world outside. But as the drama unfolds, the question arises, have they locked the danger outside or within.

‘David Bolger is the wittiest choreographer in Ireland’

The View RTÉ 1

Part of Threads – a refreshing season of dance, featuring work for stage, film screenings, choreographic workshops, talks and an exhibition of dance photographs.Further information on www.coisceim.com

Choreographer DAVID BOLGER

Set & Costume MONICA FRAWLEY

Lighting JOHN COMISKEY

Sound Design ALEXIS NEALON Cast

MUIRNE BLOOMER, MIKE CARBERY, JEN FLEENOR, ROBERT JACKSON, THOMAS MAUCHER, MÓNICA MUÑOZ MARÍN, EMMA O’KANE, MARCO VOLTA

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