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The Here Trio by Liz Roche Company

Screening of ‘The Here Trio’


  • Open Captioning

Venue: Online

Date: Wednesday 10 March
Time: 6pm

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Liz Roche Company open 2021 with a dance film of The Here Trio, a brand new full digital dance piece.

Navigating what it means to connect in the midst of a pandemic, post-Brexit, confront the tension between our sense of boundaries and belonging.

As performers challenge preconceived ideas about the right to belong, the piece explores how this reflects on our impermanent existence in the rapidly changing environments we inhabit.

This gorgeous work creates new resonances with the idea of what it means to be “here”, especially now as we navigate this turbulent moment of change in our lives.

Moving between the original live performance to the newly adapted and socially distanced version from last October, don’t miss this breathtaking blend of recorded live production and filmed interpretation.

The piece will be followed by the recorded Q&A aired on Thursday 4 March 2021.

Project Arts Centre and Liz Roche Company are delighted to offer a special discount price of €5 for From Access to Inclusion delegates as part of the Summits Evening Events programme.

Captions will be available for both the piece and Q&A.

Book today by booking here.

This special full-filmed version is made from the original live dance staging of the show filmed at The Source Arts Centre, Thurles for TPD’20 International Dance Festival and the original video work of that live version in The MAC Belfast.

Filmed by Lucy Dawson, Shane Vaughan and Luca Truffarelli, who has also edited the new film and is a main collaborator. The piece is also made in close collaboration with lighting designer Stephen Dodd and composer Bryan O’Connell.

Presented by Project Arts Centre, commissioned by Maiden Voyage Dance, co-produced by Maiden Voyage Dance & Liz Roche Company and presented in partnership with Tipperary Dance Platform and Dance Limerick.

Supported by The Arts Council of Ireland and by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland; by the National Lottery through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland & by Belfast City Council. Proudly supported by RTÉ Supporting The Arts.

Captioning (OC) is similar to television subtitling and gives deaf and hard of hearing people access to live performances.