Project Arts Centre presents

Talks and Readings


Dates: 02 Feb - 02 Feb


By Noelia Ruiz, Edwina Casey and Cian O’Brien


What Did You See? is a Public Discussion Forum for Performing Arts that began life as a Performance Reading Group convened by Willie White and Noelia Ruiz during 2010-2011 in Project Arts Centre.

What Did You See? is a chance for audiences and practitioners to discuss what they have seen and will centre around live performance events as well as some screenings of work by key international practitioners. Our experiences are unique and individual –everybody sees something different- and that will be the focus of the discussions.

What Did You See? will take place once a month and will consist of conversations with practitioners who have recently showed work at Project Arts Centre, screenings & discussions around international work, and a session dedicated to examine a relevant topic related to the performing arts.

To kick off we are starting on Thursday 2 Februray at 6pm with THEATREclub and their latest play The Family.

All welcome.

Facilitated by Noelia Ruiz, Edwina Casey and Cian O’Brien

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