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  • Somewhere Out There You at The Abbey Theatre, Audio Described Performance, 28th October 2023

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    Presented as part of Dublin Theatre Festival

    He writes poetry! He makes quiche! For once in her life Casey is in a relationship with a man who attends to her every whim and desire. But when her suspicious sister Cynthia starts digging into Brett’s past, she threatens to take away the one good thing that’s ever happened to Casey...

    Somewhere Out There You, Nancy Harris’s dazzling world premiere, is a romantic comedy with a twist, playfully unravelling the love stories we weave for ourselves and inviting us to question what compels us to tell them in the first place.

  • Hermit at The Ark, Audio Described Performance, 7th October 2023

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    An imaginative performance about a teeny tiny house. The owner isn't home. But we can hear him.

    Through movement, music and imagination, Simone de Jong creates a highly visual and funny show about being alone and coming home.

    Presented in partnership with Dublin Theatre Festival as part of the Theatre for Children season at DTF 2023

  • Rothar at The Ark, Audio Described Performance, 2nd October 2023

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    Created by Branar and performed by Miquel Barceló and Moisés Mas García, this joyful production for children aged 4+ celebrates the places your imagination can take you.

    Where can you go when there's nowhere to go?

    In the little bike shop at the end of town, a world of adventure awaits. Two boys and their bikes travel the world in a show that conjures play from the everyday and where anything is possible.

  • The Dan Daw Show, Audio Described Performance at Project Arts Centre, 23rd September 2023

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    Presented by Dublin Fringe Festival

    After having spent a lifetime being an inspiration to others, Dan is finally seizing the moment to inspire himself.

    Taking ownership of the beautiful mess that encompasses all that he is, Dan lets go of who he once was to make room for who he wants to be.

    Dan is joined in an intimate evening of play by performer and collaborator Christopher Owen (Joe Moran, Scottish Dance Theatre) where Dan takes back the power by being dominated on his own terms.

    Nominated for the 2021 National Dance Awards, the 2022 UK Theatre Achievement in Dance Award and directed by Mark Maughan (The Claim, Petrification), The Dan Daw Show is a peep into the shiny and sweaty push pull of living with shame while bursting with pride. This is a show about care, intimacy and resilience, about letting go and reclaiming yourself.

  • Shauna Carrick Wants A Dog, Audio Described Performance at Smock Alley Theatre, 18th September 2023

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    An original musical comedy about life, love, and wanting a dog. We follow Shauna as she tackles her inner demons and embarks on a quest to take control of her own life, whilst making some very necessary detours for hot chocolate along the way.

    Indulge in this wholesome musical experience, brought to you from the creators of Chromatics (dlr Mill Theatre 2018 / The Other Palace, London 2020), Tír na nÓg (dlr Mill Theatre 2022) and Tiny: Thumbelina Retold (Civic Theatre, Tallaght 2023).

    Developed at Scene+Heard. Supported by dlr Mill Theatre, Dundrum and the UCD Ad Astra Academy Performing Arts Alumni Initiative.

  • MOSH, Audio Described Performance at the Project Arts Centre, 17th September 2023

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    This is the thrill of fighting, without the fear. This is a dance, a gig, a theatrical shove into the heart of the pit. This is a community connected through music and risk.

    With live music, real interviews, humour, heart and a whole lot of headbanging, five performers dive into the deeper meaning behind a misunderstood subculture. Is this violence or dancing? What are the rules? What do bacteria and moshers have in common? And why would anyone do it?

    Funded by the Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon and Waterford City & County Council, with support from ArtLinks, field:arts, Firkin Crane, and Garter Lane Arts Centre. Originally developed at the 8th PanPan International Mentorship and VISUAL Carlow.