Dublin Dance Festival presents

Music

Sound and Stage: New Music | DRAFF x ddr

Dates: 16 May - 16 May

Show Time: 8.30pm

Tickets: €6

DRAFF have teamed up with Dublin Digital Radio (ddr.) to host a night of music by two of Ireland’s most adventurous sound designers for dance and theatre: Kevin Gleeson will make his first appearance as Sour Blood, his new music project peddling drone-haunted pop songs, while Luca Truffarelli will play his alternative deep house set developed during Oona Doherty’s Hope Hunt tour.

DRAFF is based in Dublin and was founded in 2014 by a writer, a choreographer and a theatre/filmmaker. For more information on other upcoming DRAFF events in 2019, or to subscribe, visit draff.net. DRAFF is supported by the Arts Council in association with Project Arts Centre.

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