Dates: 01 Feb - 11 Feb

Tickets: €12

Part of Dublin City Council’s Chinese New Year Festival, Track is a site-specific performance which takes you on a journey into the heart of intercultural Dublin.

Using audio technology and live performance Track offers an insight into life in an ever-changing city from the point of view of members of the Chinese community. The stories of the ‘new Dubliners’ are played out in a language of sights and sounds. Brokentalkers would like your company on this walking tour of Dublin. As places are limited early booking is essential Commissioned by Project Arts Centre

Irish Press Reviews

“An eloquent and life-affirming performance devised to help bridge the gaps between Dublin’s rainbow of cultures. And succeeds.” *****


“An utterly charming piece. Full of magical moments.”


“the piece makes a bold attempt to re-imagine the city we have just navigated from inspiring and troubling angles.”

Irish Theatre Magazine


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