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February 2017

Poetic Movement and Embodying The Landscape – An Introductory Workshop

February 22, 2017 @ 10:30 - 13:00
Town Hall, Clifden + Google Map
Free

Led by Steve Batts with Echo Echo dance Theatre Company Ensemble members, in association with the performance of THE COVE at the Black Box Theatre Galway

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April 2017

International Day of Dance 2017

April 29, 2017 @ 10:30 - 16:00
Galway City Museum Galway, Ireland + Google Map
Free

Celebrate International Day of Dance with Galway Dance Project at Galway City Museum

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June 2017

A Contact Improvisation Workshop with Tara Brandel

June 3, 2017 @ 12:00 - June 4, 2017 @ 18:00
St. Nicholas’ School Hall, Waterside
Galway, Ireland
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Euro20 – Euro40

Contact Improv skills and scores for beginners and experienced dancers.

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March 2019

Movement and Dance Workshop with Lisa McLoughlin

March 23 @ 10:30 - 13:30
St. Nicholas’ School Hall, Waterside
Galway, Ireland
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Free

This dance and performance workshop is led by dancer and facilitator, Lisa McLoughlin and Psychologist, Dr. Neil Kenny of DCU. Their combined research seeks to explore how movement can make tangible the complex narratives of our lives. This workshop asks the question “what are you carrying in your life?” and explores the equation of care and dependency on the balance sheet of our lives. We will explore this through movement and perform the balancing act that is the reality of…

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April 2019

Workshop with ponydance’s Leonie McDonagh//13th April 2019

April 13 @ 10:00 - 13:00
St. Nicholas’ School Hall, Waterside
Galway, Ireland
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€10 – €15

Galway Dance Project are delighted to welcome ponydance’s Leonie McDonagh back home to her native Galway, for a three hour workshop on Saturday 13th April, from 10m-1pm in St Nicholas’ School, Waterside. In this workshop Leonie will be exploring ways of using dance vocabulary and movement as a substrate for comedy and looking at ways of ‘finding the funny’.  Starting with a warm up then do some tasks that explore ways of using movement vocabulary as a conduit or way…

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