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Dublin Fringe Festival and Project Arts Centre present
Dates: 14 Sep - 15 Sep
Show Time: 9pm
An award-winning performance about violence and intimacy. Samira Elagoz takes us along on her personal research project across three continents. From online platforms to close encounters, she showcases gender relations in all their brutal and wonderful ambivalence. Elagoz takes the audience on her journey of regaining power, reinventing an autonomous expression of sexuality and attempts to relate to men after being raped.
Confrontational, unrestrainedly funny and deeply touching, the performance explores desire, the power of femininity and the male gaze in a world in which the virtual and the real are inextricably intertwined.
Cock, Cock.. Who’s There? won the Prix Jardin d’Europe at Impulstanz in 2017.
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For audiences aged 16+
NEIGHBOURS: INTERNATIONAL DISRUPTIONS FROM FRINGE AND PROJECT
Dublin Fringe Festival and Project Arts Centre are joining forces once again for NEIGHBOURS. We’re here to disrupt the cultural landscape and get you closer to the international artists making waves around the world. Good neighbours presenting great art.
Supported by the Finnish Cultural Foundation, Blooom Award By Warsteiner and SNDO – School for New Dance Development. Presented with the support of The Finnish Institute in London.
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Need a rehearsal space? We've got you covered. For the month of August we're offering reduced rates to makers and artists to use the Cube for rehearsal space and the development of new work. The space can be hired on a daily or weekly basis during the dates below, all days are 10am - 6pm. Dates: 24 - 27 July 30 Jul - 2 Aug 7 - 10 Aug 17 Aug 20 - 24 Aug Rates: Daily: €65 (unfunded) €100 (funded) Weekly: €300 (unfunded) €450 (funded) To make an enquiry please email email@example.com The space is also available for commercial…Read More
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