2020 DIGITAL DANCES
Sydney Opera House Digital Season
Over 38,000 people checked into the livestream of David Bolger’s ★★★★★ adventure for children and their families as part of Sydney Opera House’s Digital Season, running from 17 April 2020 to 10 July 2020. This recording of THE WOLF AND PETER was filmed at Sydney Opera House and live streamed to 21 schools in New South Wales on 20 July 2017. It was first screened in Ireland on Thursday 2nd April 2020 as part of CoisCéim’s SOFA CINEMA series.
2018 UK TOUR
Friday 09 November 6.00pm
Saturday 10 November 11.00am, followed by MEET THE WOLF! with the entire cast.
ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY!
Tuesday 13 November 7.00pm followed by MEET THE WOLF! and a post-show talk with the entire cast.
Supported by Culture Ireland as part of GB18: Promoting Irish Arts in Britain
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2017 IRISH AND INTERNATIONAL TOUR
COISCÉIM DANCE THEATRE’s 2017 Irish and International tour dates for THE WOLF AND PETER included bringing Irish contemporary dance to the Sydney Opera House for the very first time. To read the full press release please click HERE.
The 2017 Irish tour was supported by RTÉ Supporting the Arts and presented in association with the NASC venue network. NASC is an Irish word meaning link or relationship, and describes the linking of venues to develop touring programmes. The network was conceived in 2006 when a number of venue directors met to discuss joint programming and marketing opportunities. In 2012 NASC identified the key future purpose and objectives of the network: To harness the buying power, high quality venue infrastructure, professional expertise, art form knowledge, contacts, loyalty and support of the 8 members to present high quality work.
The NASC venue network comprises: An Griánan Theatre, Letterkenny; Backstage Theatre, Longford; Dunamaise Arts Centre, Portlaoise; glór, Ennis; Lime Tree Theatre, Limerick; Pavilion Theatre, Dún Laoghaire; Siamsa Tíre, Tralee and Town Hall Theatre, Galway.
29 Jun – 02 Jul | The Arts Centre, Melbourne | www.artscentremelbourne.com.au
06-07 Jul | The Joan, Penrith NSW | www.thejoan.com.au
12-20 Jul | Sydney Opera House | www.sydneyoperahouse. com
Presented with support from Culture Ireland
Hawk’s Well Theatre. Temple Street, Sligo.
Date + Time: Thursday 2 March, 6pm + Friday 3 March, 11am.
Garter Lane Theatre. O’Connell Street, Waterford.
Date + Time: Monday 6 March, 7pm + Tuesday 7 March, 11am.
Lime Tree Theatre. Limerick.
Thursday 9 March, 7pm (families)
Friday 10 March, 10am + 12pm (schools).
An Grianán Theatre. Letterkenny, Co. Donegal.
Date + Time: Tuesday 14 March, 7pm (families) + Wednesday 15 March, 11am (schools).
Backstage Theatre. Farneyhoogan, Longford.
Date + Time: Monday 20 March, 7pm (families) + Tuesday 21 March,
Town Hall Theatre. Galway.
Date + Time: Thursday 23 March, 7pm (families) + Friday 24 March, 10am + 12pm (schools).
AXIS. unplugged performance Ballymun, Dublin 9.
Date + Time: Tuesday 28 March, 11am + 7pm.
Dunamaise Arts Centre. unplugged performance Portlaoise, Co. Laois.
Date + Time: Thursday 30 March, 7pm (families) + Friday 31 March, 10am + 12pm (schools).
Civic Theatre. Tallaght, Dublin 24.
Mon 3 April 2017 | 7pm
Tues 4 April | 11 am
Pavilion Theatre. Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin.
Date + Time: Friday 14 April, 4pm + Saturday 15 April, 2pm.
www.paviliontheatre.ie | (free booking online)
Siamsa Tíre. Tralee, Co. Kerry.
Date + Time: Wednesday 19 April, 7pm + Thursday 20 April, 2.30pm.
Glór. Ennis, Co. Clare.
Monday 24 April, 7pm
Tuesday 25 April, 10.45am
Draíocht. Blanchardstown, Dublin 15.
Date + Time: Thursday 27 April, 7pm + Friday 28 April, 10am + 12PM.
Funded by a Touring and Dissemination of Work Grant from the Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon
Irish tour presented in association with the NASC venue network supported by RTÉ Supporting the Arts
PIANO Ivan McKenna | Performances from 2 March – 10 March (Sligo, Waterford, Limerick); 20 & 21 March (Longford); 28 March – 31 March (Ballymun & Portlaoise)
PIANO Lance Coburn | Performances 15 & 16 March (Letterkenny); 23 & 24 March (Galway) & Australia (June & July)
UK & Bray | 2016
02-03 Dec | Dance Xchange | Birmingham, UK
07-10 Dec | Dance City | Newcastle, UK
14-16 Dec | Mermaid Arts Centre | Bray, Ireland
15-18 October 2015 | Town Hall Theatre | Galway, Ireland
28-30 October 2015 | The MAC | Belfast International Arts Festival | Belfast, UK
2-3 November 2015 | Draíocht | Dublin, Ireland
5 November 2015 | Pavilion Theatre | Dún Laoghaire, Ireland
Presented with additional support from RTÉ Supporting the Arts and the Goethe Institut