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  1. Cirque du Soleil Ovo

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Started by two French Canadian street performers over 30 years ago, Cirque du Soleil is now the biggest theatre company in the world. Read more

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  2. Catedral

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Abbey Theatre plays host to one of the big names of the 2018 edition of the Dublin Dance Festival with the arrival of Patricio Guerrero performing her show, Catedral, on the Abbey Stage. Read more

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  3. Hard To Be Soft A Belfast Prayer

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Hard To Be Soft appears at the Abbey Theatre as a part of the 2018 edition of the Dublin Dance Festival. Read more

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  4. Akram Khan's Giselle

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The celebrated British dancer and choreographer Akram Khan's celebrated reinvention of Giselle comes to Dublin. Read more

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  5. Wrongheaded

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Liz Roche's Wrongheaded originally premiered at the 2016 edition of Dublin Fringe Festival, but appears here at the Dublin Dance Festival in an extended form. Read more

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  6. And so you see...

    Dublin City, Dublin

    And so you see… is a collaboration between choreographer Robyn Orlin and performer Albert Khoza, two leading figures in South African art world, who will perform in the Project Arts Centre as a part of... Read more

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  7. (b)reaching stillness

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Swiss choreographer Lea Moro will bring her new work, (b)reaching stillness, to this year’s edition of the Dublin Dance Festival. Read more

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  8. Dancing Artificial Intelligence

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Meet DAI. DAI was built – or born – in 2017 and is already making its debut at the Dublin Dance Festival. That is because DAI is a robot artist. Read more

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  9. Ion

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Ion is a new ensemble piece which will get its first Irish performance at the 2018 edition of the Dublin Dance Festival. Read more

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  10. Dolores

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Junk Ensemble are presenting a new work, Dolores, that is inspired by Vladimir Nabokov’s disturbing and brilliant 1955 novel Lolita at Dublin Dance Festival. Read more

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