MÁM’s national tour is selling out fast

MÁM plays Lime Tree Theatre from Wednesday 16. Photo Ros Kavanagh

LOW Ticket Warnings have sounded across the country for this amazing multi-layered show described by Irish Times as a “stirring, sensuous showcase of the emotional power of the physical form,” coming to Lime Tree Theatre on November 16 and 17.
MÁM is a meeting place between soloist and ensemble, classical and traditional, the local and universal.​ It brings together the virtuoso, Irish traditional concertina player Cormac Begley, the European classical, contemporary collective, s t a r g a z e, a young girl and twelve international dancers from the Teac Damsa company.
Michael Keegan-Dolan and Teac Damsa have created another mythic yet timely production that acknowledges how life’s opposing tensions and contradictions can on occasion come together and find resolution.

Photo Ros Kavanagh
The show was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best New Dance Production in 2020 and was nominated for two UK National Dance Awards in 2021. MÁM follows on from the success in 2016 of Loch na hEala—his acclaimed reimagining of Swan Lake. Teac Damsa’s distinct approach to creating MÁM has been documented by film-maker Pat Collins in his film The Dance (2021).

Mám Promo Irish Tour 2022 from Michael Keegan-Dolan on Vimeo.