Enya Belak

[VR180° + LIVE]


Produced by CoisCéim Dance Theatre

CAST features
Justine Cooper, Jonathan Mitchell, Rosie Stebbing
with voiceover by Caitríona Ní Mhurchú

Director & Choreographer | David Bolger
Composer & Sound Designer | Denis Clohessy
Projection Designer | Neil O’Driscoll
Lighting Designer | Matt Burke
Costume | Arran Murphy
Hair & Makeup | Val Sherlock
Scents | Justine Cooper
Props | Martin Cahill

VR Director | Enya Belak (Springback Production)
VR Filming and Post-Production | Igor Crnković (Springback Production)
VR Sound Recordist | Alexis Nealon

Production Manager | Stephen Bourke
Stage Manager | Aaron Kennedy
Chief AV/LX | Michael Stapleton
AV & VR Technician | Laura Rainsford
Stage Operator | Sarah Keane
Costume Assistants | Siv Keating, Ewa Majer, Clare Phalan (Rediscover Fashion)
Photography | Néstor Romero Clemente, Ste Murray
Communications (CoisCéim) | Jeanette Keane
Communications (Ulysses 2.2) | Lisa Nally
Ulysses 2.2 Project Manager | Gráinne Pollak
Producers | Sarah Latty & Bridget Webster

Production images: Ste Murray
Rehearsal images: Néstor Romero Clemente

This production is supported by Rediscover Fashion, a social enterprise at the Rediscovery Centre, Ireland’s National Centre for the Circular Economy.


WINNER Irish Times Irish Theatre Award for Best Movement

NOMINATED Irish Times Irish Theatre Award
for Best Costume, Best Video Design and Audience-Choice.

“O, Rocks!”  In a meaty delicacy that ignites the senses, David Bolger’s evocative response to Ulysses Episode 4 probes dual realities to create a highly original dance performance installation of unsettling, voluptuous beauty.  Each audience member is taken on an intimate, deeply personal, multi-sensorial journey designed to linger long after they have left the landmark building of 42 Fairview Strand.

“It’s a riveting, magical, overwhelming mixed media dance piece… it entrances the soul through sound, sight, and smell… Don’t miss it.” – Sunday Independent

“a beautifully judged 40-minute multisensory experience…” – The Irish Times

“you don’t walk away from the experience so much as float…Go To Blazes honours its inspiration by searching for new possibilities. Creating a work of staggering beauty. Not to be missed.” – The Arts Review

“CoisCéim Dance Theatre have jumped off the edge of mainstream response and performative form, creating an immersive experience that manipulates the physical senses” – Sunday Business Post

Commissioned by and presented in collaboration with Ulysses2.2 – funded through an OPEN CALL award from Arts Council Ireland. Find out more at www.ulysses22.ie