Agnieszka Polska: Softly Spoken
Exhibitions/ 19 Apr – 16 Jun
Free Admission
Fresh from winning Germany’s National Gallery Prize for Young Artists, video artist Agnieszka Polska returns to Project with her first solo exhibition in Ireland.

Dublin Dance Festival 2018
Space Upstairs
Dance/ 02 May – 20 May
€0 – 22
Ireland’s leading dance event, the Festival brings together dance artists and choreographers from across the world to share vibrant contemporary dance with audiences in Ireland.

Autumn Royal
Theatre/ 08 May – 12 May
€18 – €20
A new play by Kevin Barry. May and Timothy are looking after the father – their own lives are curtailed, closed down, and they’re not getting any younger. A dark comedy

(b)reaching stillness
Space Upstairs
Dance/ 11 May – 12 May
€22 – €18
Choreographer Lea Moro courageously takes Baroque still life painting as a starting point for this playful dance piece. Part of Dublin Dance Festival.

Akram Khan: Can We Live With Robots?
Space Upstairs
Dance/ 13 May
€10 – €8
As robots and Artificial Intelligence (AI) become increasingly prevalent, questions arise around their impact on human relationships. This is the topic of Akram Khan’s thought-provoking documentary.

Bobbi Jo Hart: Rebels on Pointe
Space Upstairs
Dance/ 14 May
€10 – €8
Rebels on Pointe is the untold story of the world-famous Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo. The all-male comic ballet company was founded in the 1970s on the heels of New York’s Stonewall riots

Space Upstairs
Dance/ 16 May – 17 May
€22 – €18
Dance work emerging amidst the call to repeal the 8th Amendment, merging film, voice and movement to confront the stark realities of women’s rights and freedom of choice in Ireland today. Presented

Leila’s Death
Space Upstairs
Dance/ 19 May – 20 May
€22 – €18
Leila’s Death, a stirring contemporary work by Lebanese choreographer and performer Ali Chahrour, delves into the fading tradition of professional Shiite mourner. Presented as part of Dublin Dance Festival

My Son My Son
Theatre/ 23 May – 26 May
€10 – 14
A new play from Veronica Dyas. My Son My Son is the story of a mother, set on Meath Street in the heart of working class Dublin. There’s a lot of drama, that’s not what’s really important.