Two of Liz Roche's 'hot properties' for Limerick

Two of Liz Roche's 'hot properties' for Limerick

Wrongheaded, by Liz Roche, which will be performed along with Bias

THE renowned Liz Roche company returns to Dance Limerick for a much anticipated double-bill this October.

The group, one of Ireland’s most exciting contemporary dance companies, presents a feast for the senses with a dance double-bill on Thursday, October 20.

Wrongheaded by Liz Roche is an intense mix of emotions and physicality, while Bias by Katherine O’Malley challenges judgments we make on a daily basis, the company says.

Wrongheaded is a “dancing body’s response to current events in Ireland”, bringing together spoken word poetry, film and dance and featuring electrifying performances by Sarah Cerneaux and Liz Roche herself. A multi-disciplinary piece, with a film by Mary Wycherley, is influenced/inspired by a piece by spoken word by poet Elaine Feeney.

Katherine O’Malley’s Bias – choreographed and performed by O’Malley herself – has been developed in collaboration with composer Daragh Dukes and video artist Mark Linnane.

Jenny Traynor of Dance Limerick said the works were “hot properties”.

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