Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre is delighted to offer West Cork Primary Schools the opportunity to engage with our Contemporary Dance Programme with an invitation to Princesses Can Be Pirates by Mónica Muñoz Marín at Skibbereen Town Hall on Thursday 4 April at 11.00 am.
Princesses Can Be Pirates is a dance performance specially created for school audiences. The work takes children on an adventure to explore dance and to playfully question what is often considered “typical” or “normal” behaviour for girls and for boys, where play is everything and everywhere.
Brave or foolhardy, the two extraordinary dancers join forces to explore unknown territories, swapping toys, costumes and activities in a series of lively escapades and defying stereotypes to break the norm.
The world has much to offer and this duet celebrates it in a dynamic performance.
“A winner for all audiences!... a playful, warm and very enjoyable dance piece...It is a very good introduction to children to a dance performance and for children who have never seen a live dance production before.”
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Princesses Can Be Pirates was originally created with a Docklands Arts Fund from Business to Arts supported by Dance Ireland, Dublin City Council, Dance Theatre of Ireland and Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council and is supported by an Arts Council Touring Award. Special thanks to the Dublin Dance Festival, Dance Limerick, Dance Ireland and The Civic Theatre, Dublin.
Choreography: Mónica Muñoz Marín, Millie Daniel-Dempsey and Matt Szczerek.
Dancers: Deirdre Griffin and Matt Szczerek. Lighting design: Gearóid Ó hAllmhuráin
To find out more or to book tickets for your class please contact
Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre on 028 22090 or email email@example.com
Tickets are €5 per person │ Group bookings of 20 people or more are €4 per person and teachers go free.