Project Arts Centre presents KATO

Tiny Dancer: A DJ Set for Kids with Donal Dineen (A very Christmassy special)

Dates: 15 Dec - 15 Dec

Show Time: 3pm

Tickets: €10 (Under 1s go free, but if you’re dancing you need a ticket!)

Big Beats for Tiny Feet!

Let’s dance and be merry! It’s time for the kids to throw some shapes and bust out their best moves as DJ Donal Dineen hits the decks for a very special  Christmassy musical rollercoaster ride. Expect dance tunes from every era and every corner of the globe. So if you’re ready to get into the groove, lace up your dancing shoes and grab those glowsticks. Kids just wanna have fun!

Commissioned and premiered by TRACKS: an initiative of Cork Midsummer Festival, Dublin Fringe Festival and Baboró International Arts Festival for Children.

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Age guidance: 0 – 9
Warnings for child protection: This performance will be photographed and filmed.

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