Mystic Rhythm 2014
Bolton School of Dance
Don’t miss this exciting Irish dancing show starring dancers as young as 4 years of age. consisting of Dance, Music and Song.
Performers in the show range in age from 4 yrs. It is a great opportunity for the girls, boys and young adults of the class to experience a modern theatre and stage atmosphere. The most important part of the show is for the performers to work together as a team and to enjoy the excitement of dancing on one of Dublin’s foremost and busiest stages. Highly qualified and experienced Irish Dance Teachers, will Choreograph, Stage Manage, Direct and Produce the show. We hope that you will enjoy the experience.
An Evening of Dance 2014
Marian Lennon School of Ballet
GOING ON PUBLIC SALE 01 FEB 2014
Join the young energetic dancers as they demonstrate their skills in classical ballet, modern and contemporary dance. There will be something for everyone to enjoy as the young dancers of all ages perform a rich and varied repertoire, including a magical journey to 'La Botique Fantasque' by Rossini,The Seasons by Glazunov and a super Musical Medley that will have you dancing in your seats!
Swimming with my Mother and Missing
CoisCeim Dance Theatre / Duets
Experience an evening of unforgettable storytelling from CoisCeim Dance Theatre. The award-winning ‘Swimming With My Mother’ and ‘Missing’ are two extraordinary shows by David Bolger.
A joyful celebration of things we pass on and the things we inherit, ‘Swimming With My Mother’ is performed by David and his mother Madge. In this intimate dance, their life stories are told with humour to the sultry tones of Nat King Cole. Can you imagine what it might feel like if a loved one went missing?
The dance poem, ‘Missing’, is a reminder of the fragility and beauty of moments shared. Performed by the outstanding dancers Emma O’Kane and Tom Pritchard, ‘Missing’ sold out completely when it premiered at the Dublin Dance Festival last year.
Early Bird: €12 (book before 05 Jan 2014)
"David Bolger is a genius … he should be a household name." The View, RTE1