Brigit Rising Aerial Performance

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GPO, Monday 5th February

As the first ever Brigit: Dublin City Celebrating Women Parade comes to a close, join us for an unmissable aerial performance on the facade of the iconic GPO building. Aerial performers from Nicola Moran Art will defy gravity as they dance along the walls and float through the air, accompanied by music from ELLLL and projections of Jill & Gill's Badass Brigit, a specially commissioned artwork for Brigit 2024.

Performances (last approx 5 mins) will take place at 17:30, 17:45 & 18:00 sharp.

Early arrival is strongly advised.

You can also watch the first ever parade which will kick off at Jervis Street/Mary Street crossing down to Henry Street at 4.30pm.

Click here for more info Brigit: Dublin City Celebrating Women Parade

Presented as part of Brigit 2024: Dublin City Celebrating Women, a Dublin City Council funded initiative, with kind support by An Post.

Monday 5th February
5:45pm / 6:00pm & 6:15pm
General Post Office, Dublin, O'Connell Street Lower, North City, Dublin 1, Ireland

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