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Choose from theatre, music, dance, visual arts and everything in between.
It's back! Live Collision is an annual curated international festival of Live Art, and Ireland’s first independent year-round Creative Producer + Art Director working with exceptional artists across and between art-forms. Live Collision carves a space to redefine the ways artists can create, engage & collide through live performance & digital platforms, and generate fresh new experiences for audiences.Read More
Responding to the meaninglessness and repetition of empty political promise, the privilege of the governmental elite and the deep discontent of an increasingly disproportionate and divided society, this work is part protest, part catharsis, part exorcism.Read More
0 (booking required) Meeting Point Project Arts Centre
Welcome Town invites you on a personal walk with Natasha Davis, joined by local artists and migrants - mixing facts, performative episodes, recollections and fantasy into a conversation about resilient towns and their migrant identities. How do distinct local histories merge with multiple characters of newcomers to Dublin? Where do their memories meet? How can we sustain ourselves as individuals and a community in our current post-migrant realities?Read More
0 (Free admission, no booking required) Meeting Point: Temple Bar Gallery + Studios
SIRENS at Live Collision is the second iteration in a series of test events. Celina Muldoon is collaborating with writer Sue Rainsford and producer/musician Keith Mannion. Together they are exploring language and sound in response to Muldoon's project Fomorian.Read More
This eerie and mystical dance performance has been created in collaboration and performed with Jo Hellier and Peter McMaster. The performance includes a Visual Description developed in collaboration with Juliana Capes, which describes and interprets that which cannot be seen, but is present. The description is an accessibility function for visually impaired audiences but also functions to give access to understanding the abstract content for those who are sighted.Read More