In Sounds of Wood on Muscle, an ensemble of Ireland’s funniest and most thought-provoking theatre makers, with the entirety of modern technology behind them, feel they can do better than a hammer and a watermelon. In fact, the only problem is when things start to sound a bit too real.
KOKO DIE, Marlae, Dorota Konchevska & Jenny Hallahan in SpaceTime Continuum | PolskaÉire 2019 Gala Concert
A celebration of art and music, electric, spacial, ambient and fun.
There will be laughter and blushes in equal measure at Friday Night Filth. Don't bring your tut tut tuts in here thank you very much. A saucy cabaret event where we show the dark underbelly of the festival - the stuff that's definitely not for the kids.
Performance artist Eja DueIn exposes her own body and invites you, the audience, into the intimate space where sex work takes place; but also out in the public sphere where the normative truths about sex work forms certain images of what a prostitute is.
It is interactive, provoking, intimate and site specific performance art, where the opinions of the audience are challenged.
The performance can be experienced in two different versions, as a one-to-one performance and as a performance lecture as a part of a small group.
Strictly over 18.
A raucous celebration of desire, competition and all the times we screw each other over.
A Welcome! To you and to me and our spikey, sticky, shameful bits!
A raucous chorus of original music, Rachel Mars and 4 belting female singers in a gleeful, dark show about the hidden workings of envy - part symphony, part exorcism. A thrilling and murky celebration of desire, competition and all the times we screw each other over. Sold out UK and US tours. Winner Total Theatre Award.
Who is Kitt Philippa? They are human, they are searching and in music they find hope. An organ scholar and an experimentalist, KP plays piano, guitar, clarinet, prayer bowl and bicycle wheel. Although raised on classical, the songs are strangely urban and often conveyed with digital sleight.
“… full of sparse, graceful, elegantly pitched wonder. There’s a beautiful minimal soulfulness…”
The Irish Times
PalFest Ireland present Ireland’s alternative to this years Eurovision being held in Israel in solidarity with the oppressed Palestinian people living under Israel’s brutal military occupation. Renowned artists including Frances Black, Jinx Lennon, Christy Moore, Mary Coughlan and many more to be announced very soon.
Kapela Maliszow, Supertonic Orchestra, Tadirindum band, Polish folkdance workshops, live music and dj’s, paintings, sculpture and short movies. In addition to all that – Adam Bielecki, a famous Polish alpine climber.
And last but not least, Polish food to taste and Polish beer to drink!