Ask Too Much Of Me

Performed by National Youth Theatre Artistic Director: Veronica Coburn Writer: Dylan Coburn Gray Choreography: Sibéal Davitt and Olwyn Lyons Photos: Ros Kavanagh For the 2019 National Youth Theatre, Artistic Director Veronica Coburn and playwright Dylan Coburn Gray have worked with an ensemble cast of sixteen young people from youth theatres across Ireland to create a […]

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Surrender Navigation

A new dance show by Sibéal Davitt. Surrender Navigation deconstructs what makes us want to dance. The dancers’ controlled and carefully choreographed movements become an extension of the music until individual voices emerge.   Choreography: Sibéal Davitt and dancers Performances: Five Lamps Arts Festival 2018, Body and Soul 2018 Dancers: Olwyn Lyons, Jade O’Connor, Millie […]

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As We Know It

In a whirl of hypnotic sound loops and rhythmic patterns, a ‘sean-nós’ dancer and traditional Irish step dancer pose a burning question – ‘What is Irish dance’? Do you know what Irish dance is? Showings Sibéal and Kristyn performed work in progress showings of ‘As We Know It’ at Dance Research Forum of Ireland 2016 […]

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Hear This Dance

  ‘Hear This Dance’ is a collaborative project which asks how technological intervention can shape the relationship between traditional forms of Music and Dance. How does technological intervention change the relationship between musician and dancer in a traditional context? Can technology function as performer, instrument or tool? Choreography: Sibéal Davitt Concertina: Niall Vallely Composer: Stephen […]

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nine to five

In celebration of ‪#‎InternationalDanceDay‬ I’m excited to release this short film myself and Olwyn Lyons choreographed almost a year ago. So much has happened over the past year and it’s great to have a window into our creative process at the time. Music by Barnt, filming by Gavin FitzGerald, Colin Daggeringson and art direction by […]

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