I’m teaching a sean-nós workshop this Sunday, 30 September, as part of an amazing charity event ‘A Day of Dance for Lily Mae’. I can’t get over the line-up for the day with workshops led by some of the country’s leading dancers and choreographers. It’s an honour to be teaching at the same event! My […]Read more "Dancing for Lily Mae"
I tried out a little experiment at Electric Picnic this weekend – sean-nós dancing mixed with techno. Hmmmm, it sounds funny at first but it worked (I swear)! I was lucky to have two great dancers with me – Emma O’Sullivan and Marion Ní Chonghaíle as well and two star musicians Ruth McKiernan and Cormac […]Read more "And then there was ‘Trip Nós’.."
Hi all! So I’m only recovering now from an amazing weekend at Electric Picnic. The craic was ninety (as usual) but the weather really made it special..delighted!
I performed in An Puball Gaeilge on Saturday and Sunday as part of An Cabaret Craiceáilte, presented by Rónán Mac Aodh Bhuí. The show on Saturday streamed in Live Trad and here’s a clip taken from that!Read more "Performance at Electric Picnic 2012"
Here’s a lovely picture taken recently by photographer Knut Utler at Féile Joe Éinniú in Carna. I’ve been busy enough dancing at different gigs and festivals so sibealdavitt.com is looking very neglected (sorry about that!). Plenty of photos, films and more to come!Read more "Quick hello"
Here are some stills from the set of ‘Raymond is Believing’, a short film I produced about a lonely and delusional taxi driver which is currently in post-production. More on that when it’s finito!Read more "Raymond is Believing – New Short"
Seo físeán gearr ar chur muid le chéile ag Comhdháil Náisiúnta na Gaeilge le déanaí ag iarraidh ar dhaoine suirbhé a líonadh isteach maidir le seirbhísí Gaeilge a chuireann an stát ar fáil. Déan íoslódáil ar shuirbhé agus cosain do cheart teanga! Here’s a short video we put together at Comhdháil Náisiúnta na Gaeilge […]Read more "Protect your language rights!"
I presented a short video at the weekend for Gaelchultúr, an Irish language organisation based in Templebar, promoting a new term of Irish language classes for adults. It was an extremely windy day so I hope my swirling hair isn’t too annoying!Read more "Irish Classes for Adults"