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A powerful new dance work inspired by the rapid spread of the deadly Spanish flu pandemic, which killed millions when it emerged in 1918.
Akram Khan, the revered British dancer-choreographer, tells a moving tale of an Indian colonial soldier at war in his last ever solo performances.
The pioneering American visual artist works with communities from both sides of the Irish border on a new project exploring identity and individuality.
An intense, immersive blend of theatre, dance and visual art that revisits the North King Street Massacre, a controversial flashpoint during Dublin’s 1916 Easter Rising.
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