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”.
For full details, see www.dancelimerick.ie.