Dance Ireland 30th Anniversary: Muirne Blooemer and Aideen Gohery

In this last episode in our 4 part series celebrating the 30th anniversary of Dance Ireland, writer and historian, Deirdre Mulrooney, talks to Muirne Bloomer and Aideen Gohery about their early dancing days, how their careers have evolved and how they find themselves working together again in different guises.

Dance Ireland 30th Anniversary:Roy Galvin and Zelda Quilligan

In this third episode of our 4 part series , writer and historian Deirdre Mulrooney continues her conversations her with founding members of Dance Ireland. In this special episode, recorded at Dance Ireland’s 30th Anniversary Celebration, we hear from dancers Roy Galvin and Zelda Quilligan.

Dance Ireland 30th Anniversary: Loretta Yurick and Robert Connor

In episode 2 of this 4 part series on dance in Ireland over the last 30 years, dance writer and historian Deirdre Mulrooney is in conversation with Loretta Yurick and Robert Connor, Artistic Directors of Dance Theatre of Ireland.

Dance Ireland 30th Anniversary: Joanna Banks and Fiona Quilligan

In episode 1 of this 4 part series celebrating Dance Ireland’s 30th anniversary, dance historian and writer, Deirdre Mulrooney is in conversation with dance artists Joanna Banks and Fiona Quilligan.
We hear about the early days of the professional dance community in Ireland as well as learn about their careers and who and what has inspired them artistically over the years.

Dancers on their Work: John Scott

In this Dance Ireland podcast, dance writer and critic Christie Seaver, talks to dancer, choreographer, programmer and producer, John Scott on his training in ballet and contemporary, his extraordinary experiences and those who have influenced him. From Dublin City Ballet to Merce Cunningham, listeners will gain greater insight into the career and dance encounters of John Scott.

Dance Today: Fearghus Ó Conchúir and Tobi Omoteso

In this episode, Lisa McLoughlin (dancer, choreographer, PhD candidate and teacher at Irish World Academy), talks to Fearghus Ó Conchúir (Artistic Director of National Dance Company Wales and Deputy Chair of the Arts Council, Ireland) and Tobi Omoteso (Director Top 8, freelance dance artist / Hip Hop Innovator and Street Dancer) on why we dance and the impact dance has on society outside performance.

This podcast is produced in partnership with Dublin Dance Festival and Dance World. | |

Dance Today: Choreographers Liz Roche and Dylan Quinn

In this episode of Dance Today, Louise Costelloe, Dance Ireland’s Programme Manager, talks to choreographers Liz Roche and Dylan Quinn about the impact of political and social circumstances, keeping creative the impulsive active and the value of relationships in creating dance work.
This podcast is a must listen to for dancers and choreographers!

The Dance Today podcast series is produced in partnership with Dublin Dance Festival and sponsored by Dance World.

Dance Today: The Nature of Festivals

In this podcast, produced in partnership with Dublin Dance Festival and sponsored by Dance World, dance writer and critic Michael Seaver is in conversation with Benjamin Perchet, Artistic Director of the Dublin Dance Festival, and Jenny Traynor, Director of Dance Limerick, about programming decisions, the impact dance festivals have on audiences, dance artists and the development of dance at a local & international levels.