Arambe Productions Presents

Special Event

Festival of African and Black Irish Theatre (FESTABIT)

Dates: 16 Nov - 19 Nov

Show Time: 10am - 6pm

Tickets: €10 - 20

FESTABIT is a three-day festival of events, comprising of keynote lectures on the history and current state of African/Irish theatre.

The line-up will include a performance of a rehearsed reading of The Other War by Eritrean Tesfai Alemseged with an all-white cast directed by Cathy Leeney; a panel discussion with, among others, Sinéad O’Reilly, Katrina Goldstone, Yemi Adenuga on the development, future and sustainability of African Irish theatre; intercultural dialogue; acting workshop by Terry McMahon; playwriting workshop by Gavin Kostick and much more.

 

Full programme to be announced soon. 

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