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Dance: Croí Glan’s The Rhythm of Fierce on Banna Strand, Tralee

23 Jul 2016 (Past)

Banna Strand, Tralee

Croí Glan’s The Rhythm of Fierce is to feature as part of Fearghus Ó Conchúir’s The Casement Project

The Casement Project is a choreography of bodies and ideas that takes place across multiple platforms and national boundaries. It dances with the queer body of British knight, Irish rebel and international humanitarian, Roger Casement to ask: Who gets to be in the national body? How could the national body move?

Féile Fáilte is an opportunity for all kinds of people to see and join in a day-long celebration of the dancing body. This free festival takes place on Banna Strand, re-imagining the Ireland that greeted Casement’s coming ashore there in 1916 as a welcoming body of dynamic inclusivity.

Running from mid-afternoon to midnight, Féile Fáilte features dance performances, an evening céilí, a night-time beach disco and a midnight spectacle of light.

All are welcome to come, watch, dance, enjoy and remember.

Free and unticketed, just come along!

When and Where

July 23rd, 2016, 3pm to midnight

Banna Strand, Tralee, Co. Kerry

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Still image of dancers from Croí Glan's Rhythm of Fierce

This is a show for everyone who’s ever boogied in their bedroom and felt their fierce freak on the dance-floor.

Still image of dancer Mary Nugent in Croí Glan's Rhythm of Fierce

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