INTERLOPER - THE word conjures up images of spies and espionage, and people involved situations where they are not wanted and do not to belong.
Yet for the Liz Roche Company, the word has brought up the idea of belonging; who decides if we belong or not; and the liberating feeling of jumping into a new situation.
This is the idea behind Interloper, the new dance/music/film show from the Liz Roche Company which will be performed in the Town Hall Theatre on Wednesday February 5 at 8pm.
The work features dancers Liz Roche and Henry Montes, actress Caitríona Ní Mhurchú and drummer Bryan O’Connell, with lighting from Lee Curran, and set and costume design by Joe Vanek.
“As a group of performers, we all felt like interlopers at various points along the way, questioning our place in the piece and wondering if we belonged,” said Liz. “The inspirations for Interloper have come from Dublin’s screaming seagulls, the yearning in Neil Young’s songs, hilarious and heart-breaking personal stories…Interloper has evolved from all of these places.”
Tickets are available from the Town Hall on
091 - 569777 or www.tht.ie