O'Reilly Theatre, Tuesday 2nd November - Saturday 27th November

Dublin Dance Festival are thrilled to announce the Winter 2021 Edition and to welcome you back into the theatre with live dance performances.

The programme will feature exciting premieres of three long-awaited new commissions from leading Irish artists, together with the most iconic piece from a world-renowned French choreographer.

Witness the powerfully theatrical May B by renowned French choreographer Maguy Marin, and experience three premieres from award-winning Irish artists, including an ambitious collaboration between Liz Roche Company and Crash Ensemble; a bold retelling of an ancient Greek myth by dance innovators Junk Ensemble; and an immersive glimpse into life in Palestine from Catherine Young Dance.

Tuesday 2nd November - Saturday 27th November
From €18
O'Reilly Theatre, Great Denmark St, Rotunda, Dublin, Ireland

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