OUT OF TIME

Dates: 26 Apr - 28 Apr

Tickets: €20

Out of Time is a solo performance by Colin Dunne. Known for his innovation, Dunne pushes the boundaries of traditional Irish dance to present an intimate, personal and provocative perspective of his contemporary relationship with the art form. With the assistance of sound engineer Fionán de Barra, his taps are processed live, then looped and remixed to create a hauntingly evocative soundscape. Dunne is accompanied on stage by a projected filmic chorus of traditional Irish dancers, including himself as a 10 year old boy. Intimate and bold, Out of Time looks to the past for simple beginnings, as Dunne playfully renegotiates his relationship with the tradition that has shaped his life. Irish Press Reviews

‘Out of Time will delight and provoke in equal measure.’

Irish Independent ‘An intimate, sincere and funny artistic calling card that sums up why he is who he is and how he is where he is.’

The Irish Times

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