Wednesday, September 1, 2021

Fri 17 Sep '21 to Sat 18 Sep '21

four women with their backs to the camera holding post it notes
WOMEN & WORK, THE CONTRACT
Book : Fri 17 Sep '21 to Sat 18 Sep '21

Please email info@dancelimerick.ie to be added to a waiting list for sold out performances.

What happens when deadlines go awry, Post-Its come unstuck, and water cooler relationships freeze?

WOMEN & WORK, The Contract is a dance theatre performance led by choreographer Philippa Donnellan, and theatre artist Ruth Lehane, premiering on Culture Night, Friday 17 September at 6pm with additional performances on Saturday 18 September in the afternoon. The project is produced in association with Dance Limerick, as part of their new programme DL.BRIDGE, and hosted by Limerick Chamber.

WOMEN & WORK, The Contract takes a light-hearted, quizzical look at life in the workplace as experienced by women. The piece is performed by an ensemble of dynamic local women with a love of dance, who have been busy rehearsing with Philippa and Ruth over the past six weeks at Dance Limerick. Limerick Chamber opens its doors to host the show, and provides a striking office background for this special promenade performance. The piece is inspired by women from all walks of life who joined Philippa during a research residency at Dance Limerick in 2019.

Performances

Culture Night, Friday 17 September | 6pm & 8pm
Saturday 18 September | 1pm
Saturday 18 September | 3pm
Saturday 18 September | 5pm

Important Info: 

- This is a promenade performance, the audience will be moving between 3 floors during the show. The show lasts for approx. 1 hr.
- Unfortunately there is no wheelchair access to the building.
- The performances take place at Limerick Chamber, 96 O'Connell St, Limerick, V94 YYP6

Covid-19 Safety Guidelines: 

The health and safety of our audience, visitors, artists, staff and volunteers is a priority.

This event will follow health and safety guidelines outlined by the HSE and government of Ireland at the time.

We ask patrons to comply with the following:

- Masks must continue to be worn while in the venue and during the event.
- We will also require patrons to present their Digital Covid Certificates on arrival to the venue.
- Accompanied children under 18yrs do not need to produce a Digital Covid Certificate.
- Places must be booked in advance online in order to collect contact information for contact tracing. 
- You will be asked to fill in a short online health screening form prior to attending events.

By booking this event, you acknowledge and take responsibility for your own health screening. You agree to comply with government directives, and you will not attend this event if you are unwell.

We will continue to follow government guidelines and over the coming days we will update our website and our social media channels on a regular basis. Alternatively contact our box office team with any queries on info@dancelimerick.ie / 061 400 994.

Thu 23 Sep '21 to Sun 26 Sep '21

5 women dancers in a field
Light Moves Festival 2021
Book : Thu 23 Sep '21 to Sun 26 Sep '21

Light Moves Festival returns for its 6th edition this September 23rd-26th, celebrating adventurous dance, film and new media, with events taking place in indoors and outdoors across Limerick, in glór Ennis and online.

The festival will presenting screenings, and live music and dance events, with artists from countries as diverse as Italy and Iran, Mozambique, Australia and China, and featuring Irish artists including Jean Butler, Jessica and Megan Kennedy, Tobi Omoteso, Fearghus Ó Conchúir, David Kitt, CoisCéim Dance Theatre, Clare Langan, Croí Glan and Joan Davis.

For the full Light Moves Festival 2021 programme click here.

Announcements

Dance Clubs for Young People
WOMEN & WORK | THE CONTRACT
National Dance Residency Partnership
Dance Classes for Adults

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Dance Limerick exists to support the development of professional dance artists within the Limerick region and beyond.

Through a combination of performance platforms, residency opportunities, master classes, talks and lectures, Dance Limerick will advocate for artistic dialogue and exchange. In collaboration with dance artists across a range of practices, Dance Limerick will promote the creation of new and innovative work and will devise programmes of access, engagement and participation for the wider public.

Based at the premises of the former Daghdha Dance Company, Dance Limerick houses offices and a fully equipped studio space along with a separate performance venue known as the Daghda Space

Further information about facilities and opportunities for professional dance artists available from Jenny Traynor at
jenny@dancelimerick.ie