Hearing, seeing principles of dance

first_imgTwitter Email Advertisement WhatsApp Previous articleNo cry for this EvitaNext articleSuicide patrol gets in the picture at charity exhibition John Keoghhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Facebookcenter_img Print Linkedin DANCE Limerick is hosting a series of talks aimed at performers and audiences interested in creating, enjoying and appreciating the art form. Talks will be held in the Daghdha Space, former church of St John of the Cross, in John’s Square and are a modest fiver to access.Next week’s talk, ‘Creating Work Outdoors’, by movement artist and researcher Sandra Reeve, is aimed at creating work in outside spaces, and audiences interested in understanding the concepts behind site specific performances.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Dr Reeve will open the discussion with some of her experiences and with examples of her own environmental performances on Tuesday February 25 at 7.30pm.For those with an interest in contemporary dance and who would like to learn more about how to appreciate and engage with  performances, Brigitte Moody, course director of the Graduate Diploma and Masters in Dance at UL, is leading the second talk. Her ‘Seeing Dance’ is on Tuesday March 4 at 7.30pm.Ms Moody’s talk will illuminate some of the seminal choreographers in dance history, as well looking at the work of Irish choreographer, John Scott, whose new work ‘Magnetic’ comes to the Daghdha Space in early April. See www.dancelimerick.ie NewsHearing, seeing principles of danceBy John Keogh – February 19, 2014 497 last_img read more

Policing Group Chairman charged with assaulting children

first_imgThe chairman of Sunflower, South Ruimveldt Policing Group on Friday appeared before Magistrate Renita Singh charged with assault and causing grievous bodily harm.Eon Thorn pleaded not guilty to the offence, when it was read to him at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.The charge alleged that on September 3, 2016 at Sunflower Drive, he assaulted a ten-year-old boy.Additionally, he was charged for causing grievous bodily harm to the lad’s sister.The Prosecutor contended that on the day in questioned, the child and his friend were playing football when the ball went into the defendant’s yard. In a bid to get the ball, the 10-year-old jumped over the fence but was detained and handcuffed.The sister of the boy saw what occurred and protested Thorn’s action but was assaulted.The community policing chairman was placed on ,000 bail for assaulting the child while he was granted ,000 bail for causing grievous bodily harm to the girl.He will return to court on October 5, 2016.last_img read more