Niche Niche is a dance about finding your place. Its cast, like Dubliners new and old, adapt to changed circumstances in a choreography that is as tough, quirky and unexpectedly beautiful as the city itself. Made in Dublin’s Docklands in the last days of a boom that transformed the urban landscape and changed the lives […]Read more "Fearghus Ó Conchúir"
Low _ lying The performance investigates the strata and topography of the Docklands area: the land’s physical shape and its ancestry. The piece quotes from and directly responds to these surroundings and their history. Alongside the three creators, Low _ lying is made in collaboration with and performed by vocalists from Tonnta Music, Julie Shanley […]Read more "Jessie Keenan, Robbie Blake and Ciara McKeon"
Sometimes We Break Sometimes We Break is a dance and sound promenade piece that explores incompleteness and ‘parts to a whole’. Leading the audience on a designed journey of movement and sound, the piece focuses on things that stop working, things that are interrupted and missing parts. Choreography: Jessica Kennedy and Megan Kennedy Performers: Justine […]Read more "junk ensemble"
Ladies and gentlemen, The final programme of Mind your step #Dublin is out, please rush and get your tickets here! Dance Ireland invite you to a two-day event on choreography and urban planning. How do they connect? The 7th March will be devoted to a symposium about the development of the Docklands area, the role choreographers and […]Read more "Get your tickets!"
As the countdown to Mind your step in Dublin starts (7-8 March 2015), I wish to share with you a story Tiziana Bolfe told me. Tiziana, a choreographer and an architect at the same time, was one of the speakers I invited to the Mind your step roundtable in Bassano del Grappa (August 2014). She talked […]Read more "Leaving traces"