Creative Steps

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WALK, RUN, DANCE

A NEW class, choreography and performance project 16 January – end April 2017 NEW COMMISSION LED BY DANCE ARTISTS SIBÉAL DAVITT AND OLWYN LYONS To celebrate 10 years of BROADREACH, professional dance artists Sibéal ...more

WHERE ARE WE NOW?

Over the past summer four original films were produced by young people who took part in the dance film project WHERE ARE WE NOW?  Drawing on their thoughts and ideas about being young in ...more

WHERE ARE WE NOW? 2016

A Dance Film Project by BROADREACH | YOUTH   In 2016 dance film project WHERE ARE WE NOW? took place with a group of young people aged 15 – 23 at CoisCéim, Dublin 1. and a ...more

St Patrick’s Festival ‘Imagine If…’ 2016

From January to March 2016 members of Creative Steps took part in St Patrick’s Festival/City Fusion project in Dublin. Conceived and directed by designer Sabine D’Argent and choreographer Muirne Bloomer, the theme and title of ...more

St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2015

CREATIVE STEPS – YOUNG PEOPLE’S DANCE THEATRE In January 2015 members of Creative Steps, young people’s dance theatre for people aged 15 – 25, began working with renowned choreographer Muirne Bloomer from St Patricks ...more

Army Ants 2014

ARMY ANTS was inspired by renowned actress Agnes Bernelle, and the cabaret/theatre world of 1930’s Berlin into which she was born. Set to music by Tom Waits ARMY ANTS combines Jazz, Contemporary Dance and physical theatre. The ...more

Striking Moves 2014

This project was an intergenerational dance, drumming and performance project open to people of all ages interested in choreography, contemporary dance, African drumming and performance performed at the 2014 Big Bang Festival of Rhythm. Led by ...more

Dance on Film Project 2013

In Spring 2013 Creative Steps took part in their third dance film project. Working with film mentor Peter Kelly, the group produced four unique dance films: Run Alice Run, Sugar, All the Kings Men, and ...more

The Beat Project 2013

Directed by choreographer Philippa Donnellan and Big Bang Festival's Brian Fleming, The Beat Project was a large scale initiative open to people aged 8 to 80+ with an interest in dance, music and performance. Beginning ...more

Signature 2012

This lively and quirky piece choreographed by Emma O'Kane was performed at the Irish Youth Dance Festival in Dun Laoghaire. The show brought together the talents of costume designers Ciara Cramer, Katie Davenport and Naoise ...more