Red Bear Productions Presents



Dates: 11 May - 13 May

Show Time: 7:30pm

Tickets: €14-€16

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HARDER FASTER MORE tells the intertwined stories of modern women in a world where sex sells.

Hilarious and heart-breaking, this show introduces you to a confused sex chat line worker, the sister of a porn actor struggling to cope, battling movie producers who are under instruction to ‘sex it up’, a daytime TV talk show host who’s too old for the job and a lonely pole dancer missing home.

HARDER FASTER MORE sold out Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival in 2015, toured to the prestigious West Cork Fit Up Festival and was nominated for the Fishamble New Writing Award in 2015. It also made its RTE Radio 1 Drama debut in February 2017.


Warnings: Suitable for 16+
This show contains some strong language, some of a sexual nature.

Running Time: 1 hour 10 minutes


Join the Conversation:

Join us for a panel discussion Thursday 11 May : With a host and experts on the industries presented in the show – Porn, Prostitution, Sexualisation of Women and Men and Online Bullying.

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Written & Directed by Tracy Martin
Choreography by Paula O’Reilly
Cast: Aoibhéann McCann, Charlene Gleeson and Clare Monnelly
Lighting Design: Suzie Cummins
Assistant Producer: John Dennehy
Sound Design: Justine Murphy
Costume Designer: Mary Sheehan


About the company
Red Bear Productions is Tracy Martin and Aoibhéann McCann; a company devoted to presenting dynamic theatre. With the audience continually at its core, Red Bear strives to tell unique untold stories of the human experience.

Nominated for the First Fortnight Award for ‘Coast’ (2016), The Fishamble New Writing Award for ‘Coast’ (2016), the Stewart Parker Award for WRAPPED (2015) and the Fishamble New Writing Award for HARDER FASTER MORE (2015).

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