Fresh from its premiere at Dublin Dance Festival, Tabernacle puts the Irish Catholic Church in focus, investigating authority, control and its influence in the individual search for purposeful living.
A probing new dance piece, with contributions from singer/composer Iarla Ó Lionáird, visual artist Sarah Browne and a quintet of compelling performers - Mikel Aristegui, Elena Giannotti, Stéphane Hisler, Bernadette Iglich and Matthew Morris - Tabernacle takes a considered, dynamic and thoughtful look at the changing attitudes to religion in a country whose identity was defined by it for so long.
Fearghus O’ Conchúir is one of Ireland’s leading independent choreographers. His recent work investigates the relationship between bodies and buildings in the context of urban regeneration.
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