Bus to secret location on the border to see Fulcrum

Fiona Heavey

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Fiona Heavey

Bus to secret location on the border to see Fulcrum

Experience Fulcrum at a secret location on the Irish border

Don't complain about being bored next weekend when you can get a bus to a secret location from Kiltyclogher to an extraordinary sunset performance.


To experience this event there is a drinks meet at Kiltyclogher Community Centre at 6.45pm on Saturday and Sunday, September 15 and 16 for a drinks reception. There you can get a bus to a secret location for the vibrant performance. Tickets are €12/10.


Created through collaboration between dancer/choreographer Dylan Quinn, dancer Jenny Ecke and composer/singer Andy Garbi, Fulcrum has been inspired by some of the themes and the context of Samuel Beckett's play ‘Catastrophe’ and its relationship to Vaclav Havel.


The piece explores the complexity of dependency, control and sharing power balances in a macro context whilst also demonstrating how this affects the micro world we live in. It seeks to touch on the fragile balance of control as well as the insidious nature of power.


Physically and audibly, the piece focuses on honing and concentrating movement and sound to reflect the issues and context, whilst challenging the artists to be truthful and creative. The three artists have worked closely together to develop highly considered movement and music that stems from a deep exploration of the themes and context. The performance is a combination of vocal pieces, breath changing, highly orchestrated music and intricate, concentrated and emotionally charged movement.

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