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Irish Modern Dance Theatre,

Rear 44 East Essex St,

Temple Bar,

Dublin 202 AX77

+353 (0)1 6715113


Still I Rise

Theatre for Change European Symposium & Performance

Smock Alley Theatre

28 April 2017, 1.30-6pm

Join us for the Still I Rise Smashing Times Theatre for Change European Symposium and Performance at Smock Alley Theatre, Main Space, Dublin on 28 April 2017, from 1.30 to 6pm. This event brings together Irish and international artists and guest speakers to explore the role of the creative arts to promote anti-racism, gender equality and diversity in adult education and is open to artists, educators and the general public.

The international guest speaker is Dijana Milošević, an award winning theatre director, writer and lecturer and Artistic Director of DAH Theatre, Serbia and the Irish guest speakers are John Scott, Artistic Director, Irish Modern Dance Theatre; Mary Moynihan, theatre and film maker and Artistic Director, Smashing Times; Mary Duffin,  Theatre Maker, TOTO Practitioner & Screenwriter and Shane O’ Curry, Director, ENAR Ireland.

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Christopher Roman

Masterclass & Workshop

Dance House, May 2-4

Irish Modern Dance Theatre, in collaboration with Dance Ireland, will host Christopher Roman, Artistic Director of Dance On Ensemble, Berlin, former associate Artistic Director of the Forsythe Company and dancer with Frankfurt Ballet. Christopher will teach ballet class and workshops on IMPROVISATION PROPOSITIONS, based on his vast experience as a dancer and in his collaborations with William Forsythe. 

At Dance House, May 2nd/3rd/4th 

Ballet class with live accompanyist 12-1:30pm

Workshop 2pm-5pm. Book your place in advance with Dance Ireland by phone on 01 855 8800 or by email at as capacity is limited.  Please note that your place is not secured until payment is made. 


My time as a classical ballet dancer and subsequent collaboration with William Forsythe in the Ballett Frankfurt and The Forsythe Company informed the practice of clarity and necessity of form in communicating ideas, but also taught me that form and ways of communicating are different for everyone. The proposition of this workshop is to offer simple tools as points of departure, share the individual outcome from the use of those tools and utilize the difference of interpretation as a way of understanding and communicating.

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Bruno Isakovic

Fade Into

The Glucksman Gallery, Cork

Tuesday 20 June, 11am – 4pm

A durational performance by dancer Bruno Isakovic responding to the exhibition Enter Stage Left. Isakovic selects an artwork and over five hours builds a live installation around its specific political and artistic relevance. The artist performs in the nude and over the course of the time spent in the gallery, different readings of the artwork and its connotations become a canvas on which Isakovic projects his voice and body.


Bruno Isakovic graduated from Amsterdam School of Arts, and is the recipient of numerous scholarships and awards. He has worked internationally as both a dancer and choreographer and in 2014 became Artistic Director of Sounded Bodies Festival in Zagreb, Croatia.


Nude performance. Viewer discretion advised.


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