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Tickets for MIND YOUR STEP on sale now!

With one-month to go tickets for MIND YOUR STEP are on sale now!


In person at DanceHouse, Foley Street, Dublin 1
Over the phone on 01 855 8800
Or securely online using Evenbrite here

Symposium only: €5
Performance trail only: €18
Dance Ireland members discount: €16 for performance trail ticket
Combined Symposium & Performance trail ticket: €20


Discover hidden performance gems in Dublin’s Docklands, take a fresh look at the city we live in and share your views on how arts and culture can shape its development. MIND YOUR STEP, a Dance Ireland project funded by Creative Europe and the Arts Council of Ireland, sets out to provoke curiosity, inspire rich conversations and, most importantly, to use dance performances and walkscapes to prompt an entirely fresh encounter with our cities.

MIND YOUR STEP has invited four of Ireland’s most exciting dance artists and companies – junk ensemble, Jessie Keenan, Fearghus Ó Conchúir and Catherine Young – to create four short dance performances to be tucked into secret locations in the Docklands on Sunday 08 March. Each performance reflects on aspects of the area’s shifting identities and stories and forms one ‘stop’ on a guided walk. The walk has been curated by Giulia Galvan to give audiences a different perspective on this rapidly changing part of Dublin.

On the preceding day, Saturday 07 March, choreographers, architects, urban and community activists and urban planners will come together for a symposium at DanceHouse, Foley Street. Expect lively conversations exploring the development of the Docklands area, the role choreographers and artists play in shaping our experience of city life, and innovative approaches to using and designing public space. The panel discussions will be facilitated by architect and urban designerEmma Curley, and panellists include: choreographersRíonach Ní Néill and Bernadette Divilly; senior planner for Dublin City Council Deirdre Scully; architect Seán Harrington; events manager Samuel Bishop and veteran community activist Betty Ashe from St. Andrew’s Resource Centre on Pearse Street.

Check out the full MIND YOUR STEP schedule availale online now.

MIND YOUR STEP is conceived and curated by Giulia Galvan and will be delivered in collaboration with Eleanor Creighton and Argyris Argyrou.  MIND YOUR STEP is a Dance Ireland project funded by Creative Europe and the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon under the umbrella of Léim, a dance leadership project.

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