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A Dubliner loses himself in Dakar and brings his Sengalese teachers to a very white 1990s Dublin - this is a story told in music, pictures and anything else Brian Fleming can get his hands on. A musical story-telling, from Dublin's inner city flats to the suburbs of Senegal, experience the world through a drummer's ear. Between the music and laughs, first world problems fall into perspective.Read More
Fast Portraits is inspired by the observations on a human experience in video artist Bill Viola's The Passions. The dance explores the layers of emotion and memory that infuse captured images, creating life-affirming and sometimes surreal dialogues between the performers.Read More
Rough Magic presents Digging for Fire by Declan Hughes. Spend an evening with some old friends... Seven college friends on the brink of turning 30 get together for a reunion. But nostalgia is gradually eroded as the drink loosens tongues and the true events of the past emerge with savage and humorous consequences.Read More
Detouched isn't a word. As a word that isn't a word, it exists somewhere between retouched and detached. It's also fairly close to untouched, which means that it has a lot to do with touch. It might be best understood as describing a detached sense of touch, or an act of touching that doesn't involve an act of touching, however paradoxical that may sound.Read More