The Dust We Raised _ Luke Murphy/Attic Projects


The Dust We Raised  
At The Granary Theatre

Seeing Double Joint Ticket with Radio Hermitage Preview  

Seeing Double Joint Ticket with Radio Hermitage Premiere   

Venue to be Announced

Thursday 7th September 9.30pm

Friday 8th September 9.30pm

Saturday 9th September 9.30pm

Prices:
€14 full
€12 unwaged
€10 early bird (for bookings before 24th August)

Seeing Double Joint ticket with Radio Hermitage:
Preview Friday 8th September
€32 full/ €28 unwaged/ €24 early bird (for bookings before 24th August)

Premiere Saturday 9th September
€34 full/ €26 unwaged/ €26 early bird (for bookings before 24th August)

Booking fee online €1.50 per ticket
Booking (021) 4507487 (Opening hours 11am – 2pm Tuesday to Friday)

It’s revolutionary! We’ll alter mosquitoes to eliminate malaria, we’ll cure cancer, we’ll guarantee your child will be blonde. In this brand new work, which takes over the National Sculpture Factory, award-winning international choreographer and Cork native Luke Murphy examines both our giant leaps forward and the backs we stepped on to get there. Quiet yet furious, sharp yet blunt, full of contradictions but starkly exposed, The Dust We Raised invites the audience into a haunting world of sound, film, dance and theatre in which three lost souls wade through the fog, maybe searching for answers, maybe escaping questions.

Originally from Cork, Luke is one of Ireland’s most prolific and successful performers in contemporary dance, performing with acclaimed international companies including: Ultima Vez (Belgium), Martha Clarke (New York), and Punchdrunk’s hit shows in New York, London and Shanghai. With his unique blend of unexpected theatre, explosive dance and rich visual worlds.

Murphy’s fierce, fine solo is full of that hapless schism between past and present and though there’s humour in what he shows, there’s an ache too, in being your own man. ****
The Herald, Scotland, August, 2016

May contain strong language, some graphic imagery and flashing lights

MADE IN FIRKIN CRANE supported by an Ardán production residency

Radio Hermitage Ksenia Parkhatskaya