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Moondog & Irene runs from the 17th-21st

It was fairly recently that Cal Folger Day went to New York to make music. It was in 1958 that her great-step-aunt-in-law went to New York to find herself in a textile design career.

Lots of people go to New York, in reality and in dreams: it’s the nexus of fantasy. So why wouldn’t decades dissolve when a cult-favourite street musician in a Viking hat, Moondog, crops up in two separate lives?

Through music, movement, and verbatim interview material, enter NYC as an astral plane documenting both history and self.

Directed by Tom Creed
Produced by Macdara Yeates

Cal Folger Day, composer and performer
Aoibhinn O'Dea, movement
Phil Christie, keys and voice
Nick Boon, guitar
Sorcha Jordan, voice
Meg Stoop, voice

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