Dance2Connect

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Dance2Connect

Civic Theatre, Friday 1st February - Sunday 3rd February 2019

Dance2Connect is a 3 day Street Dance Festival, comprising of an evening of Dance Theatre (Friday), dance ‘Battles' (Saturday) and Workshops with Internationally acclaimed artists (Sunday).

The festival is the first of its kind in Ireland, inviting audiences to view and learn from some of the most exciting dance artists working today. With an emphasis on creating a platform for emerging choreographers, intergenerational exchange, inclusion and diversity, the festival offers a number of different opportunities to get involved. Experimenting with live electronic musicians, videographers, DJs and dancers, Dance2Connect aims to open creative doors for young people in South Dublin and beyond.


Date:
Friday 1st February - Sunday 3rd February 2019
Time:
Varies
Price:
Varies
Address:
Civic Theatre, Tallaght, Dublin 24, Ireland

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