Dates: 03 May - 03 May

Tickets: €20

girl jonah premieres She Was A Knife Thrower’s Assistant and presents This Two in their first appearance at the Dublin Dance Festival. These intimate duets are executed in their own unique style as they embark on a fascinating journey to discover how their bodies work, both individually and together. Introspective and revealing, this journey of discovery evolves before your eyes… bodies dancing, bodies dancing different dances, bodies dancing the same dances differently. girl jonah is Caroline Bowditch and Fiona Wright. As individuals they have many differences (one Australian, one British; one disabled, one nondisabled) but together they collaborate to explore both their similarities and differences, challenging conventional assumptions about the dancing body. Since they began their collaboration over three years ago, girl jonah has been proactive in raising the visibility of disabled artists.


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