CoisCéim Dance Theatre/Maleta Company/Fanzini Productions -  How to Sink a Paper Boat/Autumn (excerpt from Tunnel)/Fiúntas

CoisCéim Dance Theatre/Maleta Company/Fanzini Productions - How to Sink a Paper Boat/Autumn (excerpt from Tunnel)/Fiúntas

Sunday, 21 March 2021, 12.00pm

How to Sink a Paper Boat/Autumn (excerpt from Tunnel)/Fiúntas
A triple bill of short films featuring many of Ireland’s best circus, street arts and dance performers including CoisCéim Dance Theatre’s award-winning short film written and directed by David Bolger.

How to Sink a Paper Boat
Written, directed & choreographed by David Bolger. Produced by Sarah Latty & Bridget Webster.
History is infused with mystery in David Bolger's award-winning short dance film. This light-filled duet delves into the mysteries of the sea as events of Dublin Bay’s past collide with the present, bringing history to life in a bold, physical short film.

Autumn (excerpt from Tunnel)
Written and performed by Alex Allison and Jonas Schiffauer.
"Tunnel" is about dreams and ambitions. Two companions with a desire to ascend from the tunnel. To celebrate, to live one moment of greatness, to sacrifice and be accepted. Tunnel is an invitation to travel to their world, where the dream to rise, faces the fear of the fail. "Juggling is a language"

Written and directed by Con Horgan.
Fiúntas is a specially commissioned video piece from Fanzini Productions, the National Circus Festival of Ireland featuring six circus artists shot around locations in Tralee, Co Kerry.
It is a response to the social value of the artist, a questioning of purpose and worth of the arts and artists due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

This event is just one of twenty five exciting events available as part of Culture Ireland’s SEODA festival, which can be viewed through Culture Ireland's YouTube Channel. Don’t miss this special 5 day festival running from 17-21 March 2021.

Culture Ireland’s Global Online Festival.

SEODA is a five day festival running from 17-21 March, an ambitious online programme available through Culture Ireland's YouTube Channel to ensure Irish artists reach audiences worldwide, including the diaspora and new audiences where Irish artists may not have travelled previously. The festival is also available free online in Ireland.

The festival is entitled SEODA, meaning jewels, includes many of Ireland’s finest artists and companies and covers all art forms from architecture to visual arts.

Over the past year Culture Ireland has delivered on its remit to promote Irish artists worldwide through online presentation of artists. There is a heightened desire this year through SEODA to reach a global audience to the greatest extent possible, as in 2020 many artists had just reached international destinations but did not get to deliver performances over St Patrick’s Day period. In 2019 Culture Ireland supported 60 Irish acts to tour in the month of March and they reached 350,000 audience members in various venues around the world.


We are thrilled to show our promo video for SEODA!

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