Finding the voices silenced by Covid-19
22 February 2021 | 2:54 pm
With cultural venues closed due to the pandemic, the Irish Cultural Centre in Paris has launched a series of evenings with Irish artists called "Addressing the Nations", where they give their take on the state of the world a year into the crisis. One of them is dancer and choreographer Dylan Quinn, who expressed both a frustration at the growing inequality gap but also hope in humans, saying the world needs evolution or a revolution. His dance company crosses the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, a line that is a century old this year.
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