Irish Women Making Dance - The Roundtable Pt 1
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What do you think of when you think of Ireland? The Emerald Isle, Guinness, Oscar Wilde and Riverdance? What about women making dance? Because this tiny island turns out loads of them--just over 80% of recent dance bursary awardees were for women making work. In a time when the dance world is confronting the predominance of men in roles of leadership, what is Ireland getting right? Is it ahead of the curve?

But where are these makers to go? Ireland does not have one permanent dance company...lots to discuss here!

Over three episodes we’ll be interviewing Irish women making dance in a virtual roundtable with host Emma Lister and her regular cohost Zoë Ashe-Browne, winner of the Constance Markievicz Award, 2021.

Roundtable part 1: Marguerite Donlon, Sarah Reynolds, Roisin Whelan

This mini series has been made possible by support from the Arts Council Ireland on behalf of the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.


Dance Data Project Statistics

Gender pay gap in Ireland in the Irish Times
and also here in RTE

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