Three award-winning dance companies, three world premieres, three months of Dance in Dublin…
In a new collaboration, with the support of Dublin City Council, three of Ireland’s leading dance makers came together to celebrate the artform in DUBLIN DANCES into SPRING. Spanning January 25 to March 22 2014 with productions at the Abbey Theatre (Peacock Stage), Samuel Beckett Centre, Project Arts Centre and the National Gallery, the capital entered 2014 with something for everyone in a real feast of home-grown and diverse dance from Irish Modern Dance Theatre, Liz Roche Company and CoisCéim Dance Theatre.
CoisCéim Dance Theatre
DANCE TALKING by David Bolger: CoisCéim at the National Gallery of Ireland
Every Wednesday 5th February -12th March 2014
Lunchtimes at 1:30 pm. Admission Free
AGNES by David Bolger: Space Upstairs, Project Arts Centre
From 13th – 22nd March 2014
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Irish Modern Dance Theatre
ACTIONS: An evening of Men in Motion
At the Abbey Theatre, on the Peacock stage
Tickets: €18 – €22 / Conc. €13 – €18
Fresh from rave reviews and standing ovations in Avignon, New York and Edinburgh, Irish Modern Dance Theatre brings an evening of four athletic and hilarious dance pieces, including two premieres, to the Abbey Theatre.
Liz Roche Company
INTERLOPER by Liz Roche: The Samuel Beckett Theatre
February 26th – March 1st 2014 8pm
Preview Wednesday February 26th
Matinee Saturday March 1st 2014 2:30pm
€18 / 14 conc
The Samuel Beckett Theatre
Interloper [in-ter-loh-per]: A person who becomes involved in a place or situation where they are not wanted or are considered not to belong.
Questioning your place amongst people and wondering if you truly belong happens to us all. Who decides if you belong or not? Isn’t there something life-affirming in deciding not to listen to your doubting inner voice too much, but instead jump into each new situation not knowing what treasures you might find?