Presented as part of SoloSIRENs festival: How Do We Care?
What does it mean to be caring individuals in a caring society? How are we doing it, how are we not doing it, how could we do it better? SoloSIRENs’ second festival is a series of performances, workshops, and discussions exploring care from many angles and in many guises. Join us for one show, one weekend, or the whole festival to be part of the ongoing conversation.
Theme: Care and Migration
2 and 3 November // 7:30pm Studio Theatre:
Thread by Tatiana Santos
Evoking ancestrality and the tangled tales of modern society a woman finds hope in unexpected places and people. Weaving a thread between reality and imagination, she journeys where care might or might not cross borders. Comic and honest, Thread explores humanity and vulnerability and celebrates the anonymous characters of everyday solidarity. Thursday evenings performance will be followed by a post-show discussion with artist and invited guests.
Presented By: SoloSIRENs festival
Duration: 60 mins. No interval
Age Suitability 14 +
FREE Body and Place workshop – facilitated by Neltah Chadamoyo and Tatiana Santos
Sat 4th Nov. BOOKING ESSENTIAL CLICK HERE
For more information, please visit www.solosirens.info
SoloSIRENs festival is supported by Creative Ireland, Irish Hospice Foundation, South Dublin County Arts Office, the Civic Tallaght, and Arts Council of Ireland.