Princesses Can Be Pirates Mónica Muñoz Marín
A free family show for ages 4+
A hilarious escapade that turns stereotypes upside down.
What is considered “typical” or “normal” behaviour for girls and for boys? Highly energetic, fun and whimsical, Princesses Can Be Pirates, playfully questions our gender preconceptions.↓ Read more
Admission Free (limited capacity, booking required)
Meeting House Square
40 mins approx. (no interval)
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Young audiences are invited to talk to the performers in a Q&A after the show.
Sun 05 May
From the show
What is considered “typical” or “normal” behaviour for girls and for boys? Highly energetic, fun and whimsical, Princesses Can Be Pirates, playfully questions our gender preconceptions.
Two versatile performers join forces as they journey into unknown territory, where play is everything and everywhere. In a series of hilarious scrapes and lively escapades, they swap toys and activities in their quest to defy stereotypes and break the norm.
The world holds endless possibility for us to discover who we are and who we want to be, and this duet celebrates it all. A dynamic and humorous performance - created for children but inspiring for young and old alike.
- Artistic Direction & Concept Mónica Muñoz Marín
- Choreography Mónica Muñoz Marín in collaboration with the cast
- Performers Deirdre Griffin, Matt Szczerek
- Lighting Design Gearoid O’Hallmhurain
Princesses Can Be Pirates was originally created with a Docklands Arts Fund from Business to Arts and is supported by Dance Ireland, Dance Theatre of Ireland, Dublin City Council, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council and The Civic. The Spring 2019 tour is supported by an Arts Council Touring Award.
Presented as part of a nationwide tour, February–May 2019:
9 Feb: Dance Limerick WHAT NEXT Festival
25 Mar: Riverbank Arts Centre Kildare
28 Mar: The Source Arts Centre Thurles
31 Mar: Nenagh Arts Centre
2 Apr: Firkin Crane Cork
4 Apr: West Cork Arts Centre
6 Apr: AxisBallymun
9 Apr: The Civic Theatre Tallaght
11 Apr: Dunamaise Arts Centre Portlaoise
25 Apr: Roscommon Arts Centre
5 May: Dublin Dance Festival
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