What Next - Closing Party | Music for Chameleons with Pádraic E. Moore | Sat 10 Feb | 9pm

Still from Oskar Schlemmer's Triadisches Ballett, 1970
Still from Oskar Schlemmer's Triadisches Ballett, 1970


€15 including free pint of Treaty City


21:00pm to 23:30pm


Sat 10 Feb '18


Dance Limerick Performance Space

Pádraic E. Moore will return to Limerick for the What Next closing party Music for Chameleons.

At the core of the project is an extensive collection of singles and LPs from late 20th century musical genres. The music (dating predominantly from the late 70s and early 80s) is unified by the use of electronic components such as drum machines, sequencers and synthesizers. Moore describes the performances as ‘an inclusive interactive happening concerned fundamentally with the politics of pleasure’. What Next invites Limerick audiences to join us, along with the festival artists, to dance together in our Performance Space in John’s Square after a weekend of discovery.

Pádraic E. Moore (b. 1982, Ireland) is a writer, curator, and art historian based in Brussels.


Bar sponsored by Mother Macs pub and Treaty City Brewery. Free pint of Treaty City with ticket.


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Download the Full Festival Programme below.


Movement Improvisation Class
Over 50s Dance Project
Double Act: A Studio Performance
Learn to Dance this September

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