Irish National Ballet Ballet Náisiúnta na hÉireann [.] Founder and artistic director: Joan Denise Moriarty [,] Spring tour 1985 :
Irish National Ballet is by and large a young unit, though blessed with highly talented and experienced dancers, I soon lost myself to a world of enchantment - Cork Examiner
[Irish National Ballet].
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Playbill [similar to those printed by Houston, Printer, Cork] featuring an illustration of a chequerboard pattern on a curtain on poster. Text on verso details the name of the dancers and the works accompanying their performances - 'Invitation to the Dance' (Carl Maria von Weber), Schubert impromtu, 'Swan Lake, pas de trois' (Tchaikovsky), 'Ain't Misbehavin' (Fats Waller), 'Swan Lake, pas de trois' (Tchaikovsky), Schubert impromptu, Dances from Carmen (Georges Bizet) and 'Othello' (Liszt - a Faust symphony - 1st Movement). Written in manuscript hand in black ballpoint pen at top right of sheet: "St. Patks. Train. College [St. Patrick's Training College] Drumcondra Mon. Feby. 25th '85 ".
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[Cork : Irish National Ballet], 1985.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet [2 pp.] ; 42 x 30.1 cm.
Forms part of the Jimmy Bourke Theatre Archive.
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