IF WALLS COULD TALK

LED BY CATHY COUGHLAN

 

Presented in association with 14 Henrietta Street.

Led by cutting-edge choreographer and visual artist Cathy Coughlan, IF WALLS COULD TALK explores the themes of home and homelessness – past, present and future – culminating in an informal performance for 14 Henrietta Street. 

THE CHOREOGRAPHY PROJECT is a regular feature of the BROADREACH audience engagement programme. It offers people the opportunity to work with professional choreographers in the exploration of contemporary dance theatre. Find out more here…

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Photos by Fiona Dowling

THE CHOREOGRAPHY PROJECT No. 15 | INFORMAL SHOWING

WHEN | SATURDAY 19 OCTOBER 2019
TIMES
Showing 1. 5.30pm
Showing 2. 6.15pm
Showing 3. 7pm
WHERE | 14 HENRIETTA STREET, DUBLIN 1. 
TICKETS | FREE – admittance is on a first-come, first-served basis. Please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Wheelchair access is available.  

ABOUT CATHY COUGHLAN

Cathy Coughlan is a multidisciplinary artist working across visual arts, film and dance-theatre contexts to create hybrid works for gallery and theatre spaces nationwide, as well as devising site specific and community responsive projects. Most recently she choreographed and directed Killing Time, which was the culmination of her third dance residency at Rua Red Arts Centre, made possible by the Arts Council’s – Dance Artist in Residence Award – with support from South Dublin County Council.

As an artist working in a collaboration with communities she has delivered projects and performances in association with Visual Gallery Carlow, Tipperary Dance Platform, Tallaght Community Arts, RADE, Common Ground, Create, Focus Ireland, the Fatima Regeneration Project, Dunamaise Arts Centre, Dublin City Council, Dance Ireland and Coisceim Dance Theatre – Broadreach.

Cathy’s work is supported by Arts Council Ireland, Dublin City Council, South Dublin Co.Co. Arts Office, Rua Red Arts Centre, Laois County Council, Kildare Co.Co., Dance Ireland and Shawbrook.