Sibéal Davitt is a dance artist, performer and teacher from Dublin. Sibéal is one of five recipients of the 2019 inaugural Markievicz Award and she is Dance Ireland's 2020 Associate Artist.
She has performed at venues and festivals all over the world for over 10 years. Her style of dance is influenced by contemporary, classical and Irish traditional ‘sean-nós’ dance, having trained in all styles from a young age.
Sibéal has been performing, touring and creating her own work for over 10 years. In 2014 she received her MA in Contemporary Dance Performance at University of Limerick and since has performed in wide range of works since.
In 2016 she created 'Fógraím/I Proclaim' and performed at the GPO as part of 'Embodied', a series of six solos by female choreographers commissioned by Dublin Dance Festival and in 2017 she performed in 'As We Know It’ alongside Kristyn Fontanella at First Looks, Open Studio at Tanzmesse at KLAP Marseille and ‘Tradition and Beyond’ for Echo Echo Festival of Movement and Dance.
In 2017/18 she co-choreographed two pieces with Olwyn Lyons for CoisCéim Dance Theatre's youth dance company ‘Creative Steps’. In 2018 she created a short ensemble work ‘Surrender Navigation’ for Five Lamps Arts Festival. She co-choreographed 'Ask Too Much Of Me' directed by Veronica Coburn at the Abbey Theatre in August 2019.