Tilt is an Aerial Dance Theatre show centred around a very versatile pole that flies, falls and circles, as a metaphor for instability
An outdoor performance for Culture Night on Friday 18 September, 6pm (55mins duration)at Fairfield Carpark (adjacent Abbeystrewry Hall), Skibbereen
When everything is off kilter, what remains? Tender and triumphant, Tilt spans the fragility of the human body and the endurance of the human spirit. Conceived as an idea in 2019, and made even more relevant by our current situation, Tilt is an Aerial Dance Theatre show centred around a very versatile pole that flies, falls and circles, as a metaphor for instability and change in an unstable world.
Including live music, Irish dance, twerking, street dance, aerial, contemporary dance and song in an insightful and surprising show that offers both humour and pathos with a multi-talented, international cast of five diverse performers.
Tilt is a Croi Glan production.
Directed by Tara Brandel
Music composition by Niall O'Carroll
Cast: Oran Leong, Tanya Turner, Nicholas Nwosu, Niall O'Carroll and Tara Brandel
Rigging design by Barnaby Munn
Booking: free, eventbrite - booking is essential to ensure public safety
Please be prepared to wear face masks where physical distancing may be difficult
This is an outdoor event so please dress accordingly
Images thanks to Tara Brandel and Oran Leong
Croí Glan is Ireland’s leading Integrated Dance Company and was fo-founded in December 2006 by Rhona Coughlan and Tara Brandel. The company is based in West Cork and produces innovative, engaging, high calibre productions and delivers associated participatory activities with both disabled/non-disabled dancers to highlight the value of diverse bodies in creating performance. Croi Glan was nominated Best Performance Ensemble Dublin Fringe 2012 and 2016. The company has toured throughout Ireland, and internationally including to the UK, Egypt and the USA.