Where: St. Peter’s Church, North Main St., Cork
When: 6:15-7pm Wednesday 29th June 2016
On June 29th at 6:15pm, St. Peter’s on North Main Street (formerly Cork Vision Centre) will host a very special dance performance inspired by the events around 1916. The performance, choreographed by Inma Pavon will take place around and utilise the physical structure of the the current exhibition on display in St. Peter’s entitled “Rebellion!”
Inma Pavon in collaboration with Eimear Reidy, Carolyn Collir, Claire O’Brien, Orla Kelly-Smyth, Maria Sinnecker, Elna Coderoni, Leanne Foxwell and Ewelina Dombkowska invites Cork’s public to engage in a new site specific dance-theatre performance inspired by important work that women of the Irish Revolution carried out during this historical period in Ireland. Through a combination of dance, music and theatre this piece wishes to acknowledge their voices and their stories which might have been unheard before now.
This is a free event as part of Cork’s 1916 Centenary Programme. The performance is will run from 6:15pm to 7pm on Wednesday the 29th of June in St Peter’s Church on North Main Street, Cork. Please arrive early to avoid disturbing the show.
St. Peter’s was reopened in 2016 as Cork’s 1916 Centre of Commemoration. The venue has played host to a variety of key 1916 events and exhibitions throughout the year. St. Peter’s is a public exhibition space open free of charge Tuesday – Sunday. For more information on opening times and upcoming events go to www.stpeterscork.ie or phone 021 4278187