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“There’s an urgency, immediacy and power to Wrongheaded that catches your breath… Not to be missed” The Arts Review
Dublin Dance Festival presents
Dates: 16 May - 17 May
Show Time: 7.30pm
Tickets: €22 - €18
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Liz Roche’s WRoNGHEADED emerged amidst the call to repeal the 8th Amendment and merges film, voice and movement to confront the stark realities of women’s rights and freedom of choice in Ireland today.
Having premiered at the 2016 Dublin Fringe Festival, this extended version showcases powerful dance performances propelled by the fiercely spoken words of Galway poet Elaine Feeney, interwoven with the exquisite work of Mary Wycherley (filmmaker), Ray Harman (composer) and Stephen Dodd (lighting designer).
An intense forum for emotion and physicality, WRoNGHEADED ultimately offers a refuge from the debate and a space to consider the issues from a new perspective.
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Duration: 50 minutes approx. (no interval)
Contains strong language
Post-Show Talk: Thurs 17 May
Choreographed by Liz Roche
Performed by Sarah Cerneaux, Justine Cooper, Jack Webb, Kevin Coquelard
Liz Roche Company is funded through The Arts Council’s Strategic Funding programme.
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