Earlier this year I worked with Ewa Segner and Siobhán Bourke of Irish Theatre Institute to compile a website to highlight stage and screen designers coming from and working in Ireland. You can access the website here. It is in Beta mode for the next few weeks, and the content is being updated and added […]
Earlier this year, I was commissioned by the secretariat of the IETM international network to write a ‘mapping’ report that outlines the current situation of the contemporary performing arts in Ireland. Incredibly difficult to distill it all down, but I had a go. Here it is in all its sweeping, unsubtle, gap-filled glory. (Thanks to […]
In March this year I got to work with junk ensemble again for the first time since Drinking Dust. Another manky disused space transformed into something a little magical, if I do say so myself. They were reprising Sometimes We Break, a performance they had originally made for the (much cleaner) Tate Britain in 2012. […]
Thanks to the generosity of Project Arts Centre, where I worked with last year to put on IETM Dublin, I got to attend the most recent IETM networking meeting in sunny Montpellier. Other than getting a hit of vitamin D, tasting one or two local wines and learning all about the inner workings of harpsichords, […]
Mark Linnane’s lovely film of the full performance of You Are Here is now available. More about the performance here. You Are Here (Catapult Dance, 2006) from Mark Linnane on Vimeo.