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JUNK ENSEMBLE

Powerful Trouble

11 – 15 Oct

RHA Gallery

€15 – €25

90 mins approx., no interval

Country: Ireland

Ages: For ages 12+

”Junk Ensemble has created some of the most impressive contemporary dance in Ireland“
— The Sunday Times

A highly visual live performance installation from renowned dance innovators Junk Ensemble in collaboration with acclaimed artists Jesse Jones, Olwen Fouéré, Aideen Barry, Vicky Langan, Planningtorock, and Katie Kim. Created for six dancers and a percussionist, this immersive promenade spectacle in the RHA is a celebration of the witch as a symbol of dissidence. Powerful Trouble is a disturbance – a collision of artists’ interrogations marked by muscular choreography, euphoric beats, visceral imagery and a live band.

Junk Ensemble has built a reputation as one of Ireland’s leading voices in dance, creating work that sheds light on important human issues relevant to society today. Associate Artists at Project Arts Centre and previous Artists-in-Residence at Tate Britain, their productions have garnered widespread praise across Ireland and internationally.

World premiere.

Show Warning:
Contains loud music

This is a standing promenade performance and the audience will be led through the space by the performers.

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