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Various Locations, Tuesday 17th May - Sunday 29th May

Dublin Dance Festival will burst back onto Dublin's stages and streets 17th – 29th May with a stunning programme of boundary-breaking, energetic, and thought-provoking works from Africa, Brazil, Europe and Japan, curated by new Artistic Director Jazmin Chiodi. Visionary artists invite us to imagine, to dream, to challenge, to protest, to embrace – reminding us of their vital role as speakers of truth and beacons of hope. With cutting-edge contemporary premieres, dazzling street dance, world-class flamenco, joyous work for younger audiences, and vibrant outdoor performances, the 2022 Edition of the festival explores the power of the collective and celebrates diversity in all its facets, offering a timely response to our times of global upheaval and fragility.


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Tuesday 17th May - Sunday 29th May
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