Dates: 24 Apr - 25 Apr

Tickets: €20

Current DDF Artist in Residence Jenny Roche presents a series of three solo pieces in this evening of dance. Roche performs the work of renowned choreographers John Jasperse and Jodi Melnick from the US and Liz Roche from Ireland. This creative collaboration has resulted in a series of poignant and intensely personal works.

Jenny Roche is an independent contemporary dancer. She has worked with all major dance companies nationally as well as working extensively in the international arena. Jenny is the co-founder of Rex Levitates Dance Company and became DDF Artist in Residence in 2006. As part of the festival’s commitment to the development of dance in Ireland, Dublin Dance Festival is delighted to support Jenny’s work both financially and through the facilitation of key relationships with choreographers that have informed this body of work.

Solo Choreography JOHN JASPERSE, JODI MELNICK , LIZ ROCHE Producer/Performer


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