Thursday December 5, 2019

This week

Live Collision in the Project Arts Centre, THEATREclub's contemporary spin on Hamlet and a Doris Salcedo exhibition at IMMA

21st April, 2019
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Go Nightclubbing without going nightclubbing

Live Collision, an international festival of performance art returns to Dublin this week. A series of events in the Project Arts Centre will give those in attendance a chance to see work that has never been shown on these shores before.

Among the highlights is Nightclubbing, inspired by Afrofuturism. The piece juxtaposes the superstardom of Grace Jones at the height of her fame in the 1980s with three black women in the present day who...

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