DREOILÍN - Sharing by Rob Heaslip

DREOILÍN by Rob Heaslip
DREOILÍN by Rob Heaslip


Free event, all welcome


18:00pm to 19:00pm


Thu 20 Dec '18


Dance Limerick performance space, St.Johns Church

Rob Heaslip will present an informal showing of the research he and his collaborators having been working on during their time at Dance Limerick.

Dance Limerick performance space (St.John's church) // 6pm // Free event, all welcome 

DREOILÍN is the second work in a new trilogy by Rob Heaslip, A Glimpse of Flesh and Blood, re-imagining rituals of Birth, Life and Death across Ireland and Scotland. As part of his residency he is working with Kristyn Fontanellaand Sibéal Davitt to explore and celebrate the Wren Boy Tradition in a new, modern-day setting.


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