The Dublin Dance Festival 2014 is delighted to be presenting a playful, fun and gorgeous family season on stages and streets across Dublin during the 10th Festival programme.
 
The festival will run from Tuesday 20th to Saturday 31st May 2014 and offers plenty to entertain little ones and adults alike. With a line-up featuring leading artists, dancers and jugglers from around the globe the whole family will have a great time. Events will take place in the Pavilion Theatre Dun Laoghaire, The Ark and Dublin City Centre.
 
Gandini Juggling will entertain and amaze with their beautifully choreographed antics with apples and breakable crockery in their show Smashed at the Pavilion Theatre from Thursday 22nd to Saturday 24th. The company will also be offering a workshop on the Pavilion Theatre stage to children aged 9+ who are interested in learning how to juggle themselves.
 
The Compagnie non Nova will perform in The Ark from Thursday 22nd to Sunday 25th May. Using a circle of electric fans, watch in wonder as Jean-Louis Ouvrard breathes life in plastic bags, magically transforming them into heavenly dancers borne aloft on currents of air. An experience of true wonder guaranteed to charm the young and the young-at-heart.
 
The Festival is also thrilled to be bringing global phenomenon Bodies in Urban Spaces by Austrian Cie. Willi Dorner to Dublin. This unique moving trail will take place on Sunday 25th May and features 20 locally recruited performers creating a chain of live body sculptures through the city, offering bystanders daring choreography and outstanding displays of physical strength and skill. Live body sculptures are set up quickly and exist fleetingly before the acrobatic performers disengage themselves and move on.
 
Check out the Dublin Dance Festival for times and bookings.                                  
 

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