What next for dance?

THE WHAT NEXT dance festival returns as an in-person event to its original home at Dance Limerick, John’s Square, from Thursday February 10 to Saturday February 12, 2022. 
The festival brings exciting artists from Ireland and Europe to Limerick City for a vibrant and fresh programme of performances and interactions. The packed three-day programme features events for all ages and interests, including public performances, workshops, and Artists’ Talks.
Shows take place indoors and out, as well as in schools, with a range of free and paid options. 
A very special, site-specific performance in John’s Square called Nothing Accidental In This Big Dance, by choreographer Mary Nunan, kicks off the festival on Thursday 10.
Six dancers move and interact with this ever-changing environment, adding an element of excitement for the audience.
Other local Limerick artists featured include Isabella Oberländer (Glisten), Tobi Omoteso (AYE), and Angie Smalis (Moloney, in collaboration with Colin Gee), alongside international guests Yulia Arsen (Plastic Bag), Zoë Ashe-Browne (Flux and The Space Between Us), Philippe Kratz (Open Drift), Elysia McMullen and Luisa Schmitz (Bill and Fred), and Alexandros Vardaxoglou & Dafin Antoniadou (Vanishing Point).
To discover all that is new dance in 2022, the WHAT NEXT dance festival happens from February 10-12.
Tickets available at www.dancelimerick.ie.