The Contact Improvisation Ireland dance community welcomes you to their webpage where you will find information about CI jams, classes and workshops taking place in Ireland.

You can also find up to date information on our Facebook page:

Contact Improvisation Ireland



Dublin @ The lab on Foley street

One Monday out of two a different facilitator from Contact Improv Ireland will be leading a warm-up into a dance jam.

6:30 to 9pm – Open to all – €5

Galway @ Terryland house

One Monday a month Honza from Contact Improvisation Dance Galway is leading a warm-up into a dance jam.

7:30 to 9:30pm – Open to all – between €5 and €10

Cork @ Eason’s Hill community centre (near Shandon bells)

Every Monday Sherry and Mira from Contact Improvisation Cork will welcome you to dance, share exercises and for some bodywork.

8 to 10pm – Open to all – between €2 and €5

Dundalk @ Dundalk Yoga Collective

Every second Saturday with Sandra and the Contact Improvisation Dundalk team.

5:30 to 7pm – Open to all –  €5

Sligo @ The next, Custom house quay

Every second Sunday Ciara will lead you into a lovely afternoon jam. Contact Improvisation Sligo.

12:30 to 2:30pm – Open to all –  €0 to €15



DUBLIN @ The Lab

Every other Monday one dancer from the CI community will lead a class which is followed by a dance jam.

6:30 to 9pm – open to all
Class and Jam:  €12 / €10 unwaged – Jam only: €5



List of past and future playful, flowy and curious CI workshops.

21st to 23rd of September 2018 – Visceral listening – Tara Brandel
23rd to 25th of February 2018 – Presence – Johan nilsson
11th to 13th of August 2017 – Reídhe – an introduction to Contact Improvisation
19th to 21st of May 2017 – A luscious touch – Andrew Harwood
10th to 12th of February 2017 – Imperfect sphericity – Johan Nilsson
30th of September to 2nd of OCtober 2016 – Ecology in movement – Javier Cura
6th to 8th of May 2016 – Big mistake – Itay Yatuv
29th to 30th of January 2016 – Around axis – Mirva Makinen
2nd to 4th of October 2015 – Contact improvisation and poetic movement – Steve Batts