Dates: 25 Apr - 26 Apr

Tickets: €20

Dublin Dance Festival and Dance Ireland are committed to providing dance artists with opportunities and platforms from which to present their work. Supported by Culture Ireland, Re-Presenting Ireland is a mixed bill of Irish dance work, a showcase for some of the best talent throughout Ireland. This year’s exciting showcase will include live performance, dance on film and site specific work in a variety of locations.

Rebecca Walter’s film Walk Don’t Run, co-directed by Mark Linnane for Catapult Dance, takes place at a busy traffic intersection. The choreography comprises of 10 short segments performed for the occupants of the stopped cars by four dancers during the 15 seconds when the lights are red.

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