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Performance art and music by Ailís Ní Ríain at Dublin Fringe Festival

I Used to Feel at Dublin Fringe Festival – Call for Volunteers

Posted: 28 August, 2018

Would you like to volunteer for I Used to Feel at Dublin Fringe Festival?

Dublin Fringe Festival
21-23 September 2018

Supported by Arts & Disability Ireland

The venue is The Marker Hotel Grand Canal Square, Docklands, Dublin 2

All show-times are during the day between 21-23rd September.

12:30, 13:10, 13:50, 14:45, 15:25, 16:05

Ailís Ní Ríain requires 2 volunteers per day to welcome the audience who arrive at the hotel and to take them up to the room where the performance takes place.
You should dress is black and white, tidy, as if you are hotel staff. You will tell the audience three piece of information as you take them up to the room. You will be told what to say. It is very casual, like you are ‘gossiping hotel staff’.

When the performance is finished you will return the audience down to the lobby of the hotel where they will leave. The hotel is accessible for wheelchairs.

You will need to feel comfortable welcoming the audience, making sure they have tickets and gather them together at their correct performance time to bring them up to the performance.

Ailís Ní Ríain is the main contact for the production and will talk each volunteer through the details in person on the day of the performances. For those who sign, there will be ISL interpretation available for this.

Weblink: http://www.fringefest.com/festival/whats-on/i-used-to-feel

If you are interested, please email the show’s creator Ailís – mail@ailis.info

Call for Volunteers for I Used to Feel by actor Alvean Jones in ISL.

Ailís Ní Ríain's I Used To Feel

An intimate, site-specific music-theatre piece set in a hotel room

Photo from I Used to Feel by Ailís Ní Ríain performaned by Alvean Jones and Kate Romano at Cork Midsummer Festival 2017.

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Ailis Ni Riain
Alvean Jones
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I Used to Feel
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