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Spring
Summer
2017
Spring – Summer 2017

1

Curator’s
Welcome
MOL AN ÓIGE AGUS TIOCFAIDH SÍ….
this Spring, Firkin Crane plays host to a
number of dance initiatives for, by and
with children.
Siobhán Ní Dhuinnín follows last year’s fantastic
Super Moves, with a new performance project,
UNDER YOUR NOSE, with young performers aged
8-12, on Skiddy’s Castle Plaza. Devised by Siobhán
as part of her Associate Artist programme for
Cork’s Dance Artist in Residence at Firkin Crane,
the project also involves composer Neil Quigley
and artist Luke Sisk, and is an amazing opportunity
for boys to explore their city and their creativity.
Currently recruiting! Boys are also welcome to
join FC/DC BOYS DANCE CLUB, which continues
its weekly sessions, led by dance artist Maria
Svensson, with guest workshops from visiting
male dance artists.
Fidget Feet brings its spectacular, globetrotting, aerial dance to Firkin Crane in March,
with STRANGE FEATHERS, a performance
specially for audiences aged 18 months to 7 years.
Older audiences also get a chance to enjoy the
company at the evening’s HANG ON, a virtuosic
struggle between the sexes.
Cork Youth Dance Company returns in April
with its second performance, BREAKING POINTE,
showcasing the talents of its young performers,
who are drawn from dance schools across Cork.
We also have two exciting new research
projects on dance and young people in residence.
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innovative BEAG Early Years Arts Programme
this year, to include dance. Dance artist Maria
Svensson will be developing dance practice for
very early years, and exploring dance in childcare
settings. Lisa Cahill, a dance artist and movement
educator, will be working on the virtual classroom

Cover Image:
Siobhán Ní Dhuinnín,
Under Your Nose
Photography – Clare Keogh

project, ‘VIRTUALLY THERE’ managed by Kids’ Own
Publishing Partnership.
Continuing education and training are
essential for professional dance practitioners.
As well as ongoing WEEKLY CLASSES, we have
three specialist workshops this season. Cork’s
Dance Artist in Residence at Firkin Crane
programme is providing two choreography
workshops, with Norwegian dance artist KARI
HOAAS, and acclaimed composer/performer
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explores repertoire and documentation as source
material in its workshop, led by Drs Finola Cronin
and Emma Meehan. A brand new departure is
the CATCH8 SERIES-VIPERHŶWƯVWXTVSJIWWMSREP
contemporary dance workshop festival,
produced by Luke Murphy, director of Firkin
Crane’s Company in Residence, Attic Projects. A
roster of highly-regarded international and Irish
choreographers lead this week-long intensive.
Continuity of support is also essential for
dance production. In 2016, Lucia Kickham was
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McCarthy Insurance Group Residential Dance
Bursary to develop a new work, and we are
delighted to now host the result, ON.PULSE.,
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ARTISTS Laura Murphy and Luke Murphy both
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residency, which is supported by the Arts Council,
Cork City Council and Firkin Crane.
While contemporary dance rarely looks back,
in February, we go back 30 years to explore its
history in Ireland at LIVE ARCHIVE, a creative
exhibition and evening of performance based on
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We also look outwards, as QUARTER BLOCK PARTY
climbs the hill from Main Street for a weekend of
dance in Firkin Crane.

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NELKEN-Line, and dance one the most famous
dance sequences ever created by iconic German
choreographer Pina Bausch, as part of Dublin
Dance Festival’s involvement in a global project by
the Pina Bausch Foundation and ARTE. Watch out
for details!

Ríonach Ní Néill, Dance Curator

SEE
SEE

Snake Tryptich
Talk

Image: Robbie Sweeney
Snake Talk
Fri February 3rd
5.30pm
Tryptich
Sun February 5th
6.00pm
€7 – tickets
available from
Quarter Block
Party ticket
office

____Quarter
Block Party.

Image: Cathy Walsh
Quarter Block Party climbs Cork’s historic spine to Firkin
Crane, for a weekend of new dance.
Coming from Oakland, California, Snake Talk is a zany,
disquieting, feminist evening length performance
spectacle that navigates interspecies intimacy, feminine
voraciousness and wild unfettered dancing. A thirdwave feminist proposal nestled within an extreme and
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harnesses the somewhat terrifying aesthetic of the
“zany” to confront, consume and transmute patriarchal
and neoliberalist frameworks. Created and performed by
collaborative choreographic team Maryanna Lachman,
Mara Madrona and Abby Crain.
Biography, place, time and repetition feature in Tryptich,
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born or based in Cork. Each work exhibits its own unique
style of composition, humour and playfulness, and we see
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dancing, singing, silence and food for thought. It won’t be
what you expect.

Spring – Summer 2017

1

SEE

Live Archive
Image: Kristyn Fontanella

Emma Meehan
(Curator)

Sat February 18th
8.00pm
Exhibition runs from
Monday 6th to
Saturday 25th February
Workshop Sunday 19th
February

€12 full
€10 unwaged
€8 early bird
(For bookings before February 11th)

Plus post–show
discussion
Online Booking:
ǴƯVOMRGVERIMI
&S\3ǒGI
021 4507487

Explore the history of contemporary dance in Ireland
at LIVE ARCHIVE, an evening of performance, a creative
exhibition, and public workshop based on the iconic
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Dr Emma Meehan of Coventry University. LIVE ARCHIVE
PERFORMANCE is an evening of choreography responding
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Co-founder Joan Davis and original company members
Mary Nunan (who founded Daghdha Dance Co), Robert
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Ireland) explore some of their previous choreographies,
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this process of bringing their archive back to life, they open
themselves up to what can happen when dance artists reexamine their past work with a new generation of dancers.

Handling fees may apply.

LIVE ARCHIVE EXHIBITION runs from February 6 to 25 in
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programmes, photographs, press reviews and costumes.

2

Spring – Summer 2017

MAKE
MAKE

Sun February 19th
12.00 – 2.00pm
€10 full

Image: Dublin Contemporary
Dance Theatre

Live
Archive
Workshop

Finola Cronin &
Emma Meehan

In this workshop, we will explore the value of creating and
revisiting documentation/archives of your own work and
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video, photographs, scores and reviews, as well as practical
approaches to revisiting archives such as reconstruction,
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represent the less tangible aspects of a dance work such as
context, qualities, impulses and emotions.
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studied and performed with Joan Davis and Dublin
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Online Booking:
ǴƯVOMRGVERIMI
&S\3ǒGI
021 4507487
Handling fees may apply.

Emma Meehan is a Research Fellow at Coventry
University’s Centre for Dance Research, associate editor for
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research focused on Irish choreographer Joan Davis.
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performance artists, circus artists and those interested in using
archives in their creative work.

Spring – Summer 2017

3

MAKE
MAKE

Be
Like
Water

Hosted by
Luke Murphy,
Cork’s Dancer in
Residence at
Firkin Crane

A workshop with
Kari Hoaas

Mon February 13th –
Fri February 17th
10.00am – 3.00pm
€100 full

Online Booking:
ǴƯVOMRGVERIMI
&S\3ǒGI
021 4507487
Handling fees may apply.

4

Award winning choreographer/dancer Kari Hoaas leads
a 5-day choreographic workshop based on a philosophy
that recognizes individuality and questions the choices we
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weight, clarity of movement, attention to detail, precision
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the importance of breath and being grounded, dancers
work with initiation and arrival, visceral and organic
movement. Principals like support of the skeleton, the
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movement patterns will be explored.
Diverse approaches to creating dance will be explored in
choreographic practice. Exercises of structure, resistance,
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and imagination, to strengthen creative skills and trust in
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Kari Hoaas is a choreographer, dancer and teacher.
Associate Professor at the Norwegian College of Dance in
Oslo, she spent more than a decade working in New York
City. Her work has been produced and presented all over
Norway, the Nordic region and internationally.

Spring – Summer 2017

SEE
SEE

Fri March 3rd
8.00pm
€12 full
€10 unwaged
€8 early bird
(For bookings before February 24th)

Plus post–show
discussion

Online Booking:
ǴƯVOMRGVERIMI
&S\3ǒGI
021 4507487
Handling fees may apply.

Image: Abigail Denniston

On.
Pulse.

Lucia Kickham

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happens if these processes become fragmented? Exploring
the natural rhythms of the body, the acts of breathing,
blinking, pumping blood through our veins, On.Pulse. invites
us to contemplate how we experience time beyond the hard
external clock. Frantic movement collides with stillness until
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Lucia is a Dublin-based dance artist performing and
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Lucia collaborates with the performers Robbie Blake and
Marion Cronin.
On.Pulse. originated from Lucia’s research as recipient
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Aimed at 16+ but suitable for 12+.
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Spring – Summer 2017

5

SEE

Image: Steve Lorenz

Strange
Feathers

Figet Feet
Aerial Dance

Thurs March 23rd
12.00pm & 3.30pm
€6 full

DANCE FOR

Young &
Young
at Heart
AUDIENCES

Online Booking:
ǴƯVOMRGVERIMI
&S\3ǒGI
021 4507487
Handling fees may apply.

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of their surroundings in nature. Feathers drop from the
sky to the beautiful sounds of soft music.
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mixes contemporary dance, aerial dance and live
music in a beautifully crafted, exquisitely delivered and
humorous show, which invites children to explore, interact
and discover new things about their world! After the
performance the children are invited up on stage to meet
the performers and explore the space as feathers drop
from the sky.
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dance company. In ten years Fidget Feet have performed
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where Fidget Feet are now company in residence.
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6

Spring – Summer 2017

SEE
SEE

Thurs March 23rd
8.00pm
€12 full
€10 unwaged
€8 early bird
(For bookings before March 16th)

Plus post–show
discussion

Online Booking:
ǴƯVOMRGVERIMI
&S\3ǒGI
021 4507487
Handling fees may apply.

Image: Vitalij Kazachov

Hang
On

Fidget Feet
Aerial Dance

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Hang On brings the suited denizens of the business world
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duet with a love musical performance in a thrilling struggle
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can love be found?
Hang On is danced by two outstanding aerial dancers highly physical, raw, sometimes sexy but always real. Hurried
along by the relentless beat of time, Lee and Chantal wonder
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stillness, of clarity?
Fidget Feet was founded by choreographer/aerial dancer
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of people, in some of the biggest festivals and venues
across the globe. Fidget Feet founded the Irish Aerial Dance
Fest and the Irish Aerial Creation Centre, Limerick.

Spring – Summer 2017




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