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Dublin Dance Festival 2014 presents Pan Pan Theatre and Irish Modern Dance Theatre
Dates: 30 May - 31 May
Show Time: 6pm
Tickets: €13 - €11 (Book 3 or 4 different shows marked as "Dance Deals" and get 15% off full price tickets. Book for 5 or more different shows and get 20% off!)
“A present-tense theatre company who know what they’re doing” The New York Times on Pan Pan Theatre Company
Mysterious, geometric and symmetrical, Quad is an intricately choreographed movement sequence devised by Samuel Beckett. Four figures outline a quadrangle to a rapid, percussive beat. A pattern emerges and collisions are avoided. Written originally as a television play, this is a rare opportunity to see what may be Beckett’s most formal work.
Award-winning Pan Pan Theatre Company works with acclaimed dance company, Irish Modern Dance Theatre and Conor Houghton, a reader in mathematical neuroscience at Bristol University and former Trinity College Dublin lecturer, to demonstrate, explain and discuss this riveting work.
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