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Lasta at glór: Racecar Drive In Dance Show by Kerrie Milne: Online

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Racecar online will be available to view for 48 hours once purchased. 
Online Tickets: €5
Suitable for ages 14+

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LASTA – A National Arts Programme for young people by young people │  June 11 to 20 2021

In a new innovative approach to programming, twenty-one young curators have been engaged by the Nasc venues to programme a festival of work for children and young people from 11  to 20 June 2021, delivering for the first time, a national arts programme curated entirely by young people.

Racecar online will be available to view for 48 hours once purchased. 

Racecar is a high-energy, dynamic, and uplifting dance show by internationally renowned Dublin based choreographer, mentor, and Creative Director Kerrie Milne. Racecar is a unique drive-in experience following the template of a Drive in Cinema but presenting a HipHop and Experimental Movement based dance performance.

Attempting to look at the past year and shed light on the importance of perspective, Kerrie will take the floor with five unique individuals to present a multi-layered and exciting dance performance rooted in the themes of perspective. Using group, solo and duo work and highlighting the different relationships that exist within mental structures, states, and spaces, Racecar promises to be an uplifting, thought provoking performance marrying universally understood concepts with creative embodiment and skill.

Racecar was performed in a carpark in Ennis Co. Clare, sharpening the urban focus of the performance, and featured interaction with car lights adding to the overall experience.

Racecar online will be available to view for 48 hours once purchased. 

Event Details: 

  • Racecar online will be available to view for 48 hours once purchased. 
  • Online Tickets: €5

Racecar is presented by glór in association with Townhall Theatre, Galway, Dunamaise Arts Centre, Portlaoise and Backstage Theatre, Longford. 

The way we look at things ultimately defines our surroundings, experiences & relationships, all of which have been tested this past year – A goal of mine with this, is to make people think. Creating something that initiates thought and makes people feel good is what’s driving this process.”  Kerrie Milne, Creator

The participating NASC Network Venues are Backstage (Longford), An Grianán (Letterkenny), glór (Ennis), Siamsa Tíre (Tralee), The Pavilion Theatre (Dún Laoghaire), Lime Tree Theatre (Limerick), Dunamaise Arts Centre (Port Laoise), Town Hall Theatre (Galway).

Lasta is based on an original project conceived and delivered by Backstage Theatre, Longford in 2020.

Please click on the link https://linktr.ee/lastafestival2021 to find out more about all events nationally.

For more information on Brightening Air | Coiscéim Coiligh go to www.brighteningair.com Brightening Air | Coiscéim Coiligh is brought to you by the Arts Council, funded by the Government of Ireland and produced by Schweppe Curtis Nunn.

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