Dublin Theatre Festival presents work in progress by Caitríona Ní Mhurchú, in collaboration with Gina Moxley and Raymond Keane

Work in Progress

Transmission

Dates: 05 Oct - 05 Oct

Show Time: 11:45am

Work in Progress

Discovering footage online of her long-dead grandfather led performer, writer and ex-television presenter, Caitríona Ní Mhurchú to explore the nature of obsolescence in a changing world. Part ode to the lighthouse keeper, part personal history and part enquiry into evolving technology, Transmission is an inventive and playful meditation on what our futures might hold and how our histories might be recorded.

Transmission brings together the creative team of Zia Bergin-Holly (Design), Bird in Snow’s, Niall Toner Jr and Les Keye (Sound Design) and Jason Byrne (Video Design).

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This project received development funding from An Chomhairle Ealaíon and Project Arts Centre.
Developed at FRINGE LAB with the support of Dublin Fringe Festival.

Supported by Irish Theatre Institute and Coiscéim.

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