Dublin Dance Festival 2014 presents ponydance

Dance

PONIES DON'T PLAY FOOTBALL

Dates: 30 May - 31 May

Show Time: 9.30pm

“Pure ponydance: irreverent, self-effacing and knowing” – The Irish Times on Straight to DVD

The irrepressible ponydance return to DDF with a gallop to present their biggest show to date, in collaboration with Belfast band Uncle Social, led by Donal Scullion. Whilst retaining their usual love for comedy and chaos, this show delves into love, sex, relationships and more costumes from Penneys.

With a cast of eleven performers including six fine musicians, the show recently premiered to standing ovations at the MAC in Belfast. Featuring original live music and completely unoriginal music too, near nudity and a dash of genius.

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