Dates: 01 Jan - 11 Dec

Tickets: €8


Stop. Your heart beats faster and your pupils dilate. It’s over before it sinks in that it’s really begun. Catch your breath and continue on, your day a little stranger, a little richer, a little wilder than before. Start.

Queer Encounters is a series of free live art happenings around Project Arts Centre building at 7pm during the Festival. Featuring Fanci Smanci and Anne Fetamine, Fionn Kidney and Caroline Campbell, Shane Byrne and special guest artist Stacey Makishi.

This event is free but ticketed. Contact Box Office on 01 8819 613 or email box-office@projectartscentre.ieThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to book your place.

Performance Dates, Tickets and Information

8-11 DEC 2010~ Tickets


Duration: 15 mins

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