This Thunderous Trio is going to give you a tutorial on how to make human cake! With layers that include joy, the inner child, separation, reunion, isolation, total destruction and a permanent sense of existential dread! There will be shadows coming to the surface, but let's not think about that too much... let's just keep playing...
With the help of our friends Calvin & Kuzco, this trio will use Airbending, Hip-Hop, Live Music and our Blue Guitar Cable to make sure you never have to think about your abandonment issues! Don't fret, a permanent degree of separation will solve all your problems and before you know it, you'll be making human cake with all the layers, just like your favourite cartoon characters!
Terms and conditions apply. No cartoon characters were harmed in the making of this dance.
Length: Approx. 25 minutes.
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IMPORTANT TICKET INFO: There are 2 ticket types for this performance stream, Watch at Dance Limerick, and Watch at Home.
Watch at Dance Limerick Ticket: View the performance stream on Dance Limerick's cinema screen in our beautiful venue in John's Square, St.John's Church. Numbers extremely limited due to social distancing restrictions and Covid-19 safety guidelines, the ticket includes a table for 2 people. For Dance Limerick's full Covid-19 Safety guidelines click here.
Watch at Home Ticket: You will receive a link to view the stream from your home, NO FOLLOWING is available to stream from Saturday 19 June, 3pm until Thursday 24 June at 11:59pm.
Choreographer: Rachel Sheil
Performers: Rachel Sheil, Mateusz Szczerek, Gavan Bourke
Lighting: Gearóid Ó hAllmhurain
Video: Shane Vaughan & Lucy Dawson
Special Thanks: Kevin Coquelard
Supported by Arts Council Ireland and Dance Limerick Associate Artist Residency.
Through a combination of performance platforms, residency opportunities, master classes, talks and lectures, Dance Limerick will advocate for artistic dialogue and exchange. In collaboration with dance artists across a range of practices, Dance Limerick will promote the creation of new and innovative work and will devise programmes of access, engagement and participation for the wider public.
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